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Re: Lower voltage at higher rpm?
Posted to Technical Theory Forum on 8/17/2018 3 Replies

Certainly check the belt drive. Does it have an alternator-pulley one-way clutch?

I like the suggestion that worn brushes are unable to stay in good contact with the rotor rings, and on an alternator this is your field circuit.

I would check a couple thing... Login to read more.

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