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Old Geezer-TDG Mafia #19
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When cold the engine starts just fine, no lumps bumps or rolls, but the FICM Voltage (as reported by SCT) is 28 volts. Warmed up and running down the road the voltages jump all over from 38 volts to 50 volts, again the engines runs just fine and pulls 18k without issues. Am I heading for a breakdown in the future, or is the SCT messing with me.

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It is on its way out. Don't get caught out on a lonesome road when it dies. Actually, if you get it running, you are good for that trip. The next trip it may NOT start. Fix it now.
 

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Old Geezer-TDG Mafia #19
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Kind of thought it might be. Looks like I will be looking for a new power side in the real near future. Anybody heard anything bad about the 58 volt ones or the use of them?

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