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In Reply to: pointless ignition problem posted by Jon on Monday, May 19, 2014:
If you have converted the charging system over to an alternator, it very well could be that the rectifier bridge is staying energized after you shut off the key. The way you can check is to place a small metal object (a house key works good) to the back of the alternator where it looks like a grill, if the alternator stays energized, the back will stay magnetized and hold the metal object in place.
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