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    Default Re: approved generators

    Here is a good troubleshooting idea, but consult your mechanic before attempting.
    Also be aware it requires running the engine, so appropriate safety measures should be observed.

    https://www.aerotechlou.com/ts_alternators.shtml

    Good luck.
    GG

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    Default Re: approved generators

    Since I've already changed out the voltage regulator and also had both voltage regulators checked on a test bench, I am inclined to think that new Jersey Dave is onto something that might be what I'm experiencing. I am running a 1953 PA-22/20-135 with all original electrical system, Gill battery, Delco Gen, coil type voltage regulator. I'll P/M you, new jersey dave. Thanks for the this tip!!

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