Join Date: Dec 2002
Location: Saint Louis, Missouri
Re: When A/C On high my led blinkers stop blinking
You may want to do some voltage drop tests to see if you have any excessive drops through things like the bulkhead connector, ignition switch, and so on.
As far as going with the larger alternator it probably will have a higher output at a lower RPM than your old one which could take car of your issue but keep in mind that right now, let's say you have an 63A alternator on the car, this should be fine as it was made to keep up with a less than 63A current draw from your electrical system. If later you do upgrade to a 100A alternator and the electrical draw is still under 63A, then all is good BUT if later you start adding more electrical items to the car and now the draw is getting into the 90A area the original wiring may needs some upgrades as it was only designed for so much.
1974 Spirit Of America Nova (being restored), 1973 Nova Custom, 1968 Chevy II (Garage Find 2012)
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