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In Reply to: Ford 9n dis charge posted by Jeffb on Saturday, December 14, 2013:
As Bob said Do Not disconnect battery cable when engine is running. Could hurt both you and the alternator.
What kind of alternator do you have? If it is the common and efficient Delco 3 wire with internal regulator it needs a kick start voltage at pin 1 on the edge plug to start charging. Check for voltage at the pin, if not there check for broken wire or bad diode or lamp in line to switch.
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