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Make sure that the noise suppressor is not plugged in series with the
regulator connector. Unplug the regulator and see if the whining goes
away. If the battery has a good charge, the engine should not die
at idle. You may also have a wiring problem.

It's time to stop guessing and begin testing things with a voltmeter.
Guessing always wastes time and money.

Good Luck
Loren
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Old 01-06-2004, 05:35 PM
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