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Amperes gage

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  • Amperes gage

    I just added a second ground wire from the engine block to the chassis, to improve grounding, and have noticed the amperes needle jumping a lot more while idling or sitting at a stoplight. It's always had a little quiver while the turn signal was on, or brakes, but not otherwisem, but I just seem to notice it more now. Could this mean anything?

    I'm also hearing what sounds like a buzz coming from the ignition sometimes when starting, but otherwise it starts better than ever.

    Hank

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    Hank - I honestly think you're just watching the Amp gage more![:I]
    As long as the car's charging OK and you're not having problems with starting or wild gage swings, I'd not worry about it.

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    No deceptive flags to prove I'm patriotic - no biblical BS to impress - just ME and Studebakers - as it should be.

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