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|Comment||Thank you for the assistance. Unfortunately, the first thing we did was pull two of the three relay's and look at the prongs to make sure there was no buildup of any kind, reinserted them and, at least for now, the problem has gone away. I don't think we really fixed anything and will not be able to test the output of the alternator when those items are not working until they decide to not work again. The normal output was normal (12.5 with engine off and 14.35 with engine on).|
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