{Chrysler 300} NAPA voltage regulator
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{Chrysler 300} NAPA voltage regulator

Hi All,


Am I just the lucky one or has anyone else had an issue with over voltage with a new NAPA voltage regulator?


I picked up one of those little devices that plug into the cigar lighter and has two US charging ports. It also has a LED read out of the voltage. At first, I though the thing was junk and pulled out my Fluke Tester and sure enough the voltage is running between 14 and 16 volts. A little too high.


I may just spend the money and get a Transpro V1200 regulator. That way I can set the output voltage.




PS to Bob et.al,  The new manufacture circuit boards for the cluster did the trick and the ghosting of the high beam on right turn signal went away with the new boards in. Also, the dash lights are much brighter.  Thanks….

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