Apparently I am supposed to calibrate this little soundqubed voltage meter which I didn't do so that might be a problemBreak out the multi meter.
If your fuse is blown to your rear battery and your volt meter is hooked to your amp you are only going to be reading rear battery voltage. Hook the multimeter up to the alternator post and read voltage.
see:Well last night the voltage was 12.7 and this morning it is 13.7 I guess that's from the heat.
Either way I'm going to order a 250a ho alt from singer as soon as he answer my questions and sends an invoice
You need to make sure singer gives you an alternator that is not PCM regulated and gives you a bypass kit for your specific vehicle. You will come back and complain in a week about voltage if you do not do thisA new alternator want give you more voltage if its PCM regulated
My voltage at the main battery was 13.9 and 12.7 at the rear kinetik when it was 93 degrees outside after driving for a couple hours.see:
You need to make sure singer gives you an alternator that is not PCM regulated and gives you a bypass kit for your specific vehicle. You will come back and complain in a week about voltage if you do not do this
What is the year and model of your vehicle?My alternator is in fact regulated
"If you have the 2 wire plug (I do) called LIN bus ideally we need to stay on that plug. The bigger alt will stiffen voltage the way it should, that regulator design just does not allow us to achieve a higher voltage set point"
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