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Old 12-18-2013, 03:27 PM   #1
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Alternator Voltage pre vansco coaches

With the motor running what voltage are you getting to the center post of the isolator? Then what voltage do you get going to the house and start batteries? Thanks Jim
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You should read this thread.
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Old 12-21-2013, 04:40 PM   #3
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Ok guys nobody has a volt meter help me out here.
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What part of that thread I referred to don't you understand?
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John come on that is one thread Old Scout and I have talked several time on this I am looking for some more input from several Alpiners to get an idea of what other coaches are putting out.
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Just go to the DelcoRemy website and it explains that the remote sense wire ensures that the battery voltage is 14 v. The voltage from the alternator is automatically adjusted to compensate for losses in the wiring, diodes etc. This is consistent with what was reported in the previous thread. I don't know what more information you are expecting.
I have no intention of getting my coach out of storage to check this for you. Anyway if my battery showed 13.8 or 14.2 I would think that within limits. Outside of that I would have a problem I need to fix.
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all the way around should be 14.1 to 13.6
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