Re: Low Input Voltage in Mobile
Install a dual battery system for your truck!toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
Make sure you have a DC-DC charger too!
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Sent: Monday, 11 February 2019 6:43 AM
Subject: Re: [ic7000] Low Input Voltage in Mobile
I did the exact same thing with the 1960 Chevy. Installed a second battery, but connected both of them to the alternator when the car was running. No Diode drop. I had purchased a 100 AMP alternator from the junk yard to charge both batteries. When the engine was off, I could use the accessory battery as much as I wanted, and still be able to start the car. I also had a heavy duty starting relay, that I could energize connecting both batteries together to start the car on very cold mornings. I remember it being 26 below zero in Iowa and my car was the only one that ould start. I spent the rest of the day, giving people jump starts.
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