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Old 06-16-2018, 09:18 PM   #16
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So it should run same rpm as the one wire 90 amp? Wasnt sure if i should measure output or what, but if thats the case I can just ensure its the same size pulley. I had the right splash guard harness custom made for a 63amp 10si at their recomendation since the gauges are rated for 65 amp(acording to them). I just dont want to cook my instruments any more than they already are. I have a week to work on it before a family road trip, no, not in this truck lol. May end up having to have the fuel, oil, and temp rebuilt if they were damaged. Fuel only ever went up to 1/4 tank when full, even with a new sender, temp responded to really hot days but usually never went more than 1/3 of the way up from C, oil was enemic at best but did come up after a few minutes of running.... Maybe they never climbed higher from too much amperage? Melted something maybe? Let me know if this sounds plausible, again -1 out of 10 here.
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Old 06-17-2018, 10:20 AM   #17
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Don't worry too much about a 90A alternator replacing a 65A unit. They only put out as many amps as needed. In other words, if the truck needs 22 amps to go down the road, the alternator will only supply that much power. The larger unit will recharge the battery faster if its been deeply discharged, and maybe keep the lights from dimming as much at idle at night in a rain storm with the defroster on. Don't worry about the ammeter "frying" under the new alternator's power. You'll be fine. Chances are very good you'll never pull the full 65A anyway with either alternator. Not without a winch or some other killer-amp draw load.
As far as the gauges, don't give up on them yet. The grounds and wiring in general on that truck are old and crusty. When you get the new stuff on line, it'll be a much better situation.
If you want to test, go to the hardware store and get a 6v lantern battery. Feed the + to (for instance) + of the Fuel gauge. From the - post of the gauge, run an alligator clip to the fuel sender post. Then another alligator clip from the chassis of the sender to the - post of the battery. This is now completing the fuel level circuit. If you move the float, you should see the needle move.
The same test can be used for the coolant temp circuit. Start at the + side of the gauge with the + post on the battery, then go from - post of gauge to coolant temp sensor, then somehow ground the sensor body to the - post of the battery. This should produce a reading on the gauge. If not, grab a hairdryer and heat the sensor up to make the gauge move.
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Old 06-17-2018, 11:54 AM   #18
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Thank you for that info! I can work mechanics all day long its the electrics that always fry my brain(no pun intended). It never even occured to me to try and clean up the grounds, in hindsight I'm not entirely sure why. Its a metal dash truck, and its been completely repainted(painted over with roll brush lol) inside the cab, that may be part of it. Will definatly look into that as well before I put it all back. I guess I'm safe to just drop in the new 10si. First thing I did to this truck two years ago was put in a nice high end battery, and impressively enough, this thing sat for three months and fired up first go, I dont think it should make a huge difference then, the different alternator. As far as winches go, this was factory front pto and either factory or dealer winch and winch bumper. I have two Ramsey #8000s for it, one needs rebuild. Anyways I mentioned earlier I have the PTO and driveline but they arent installed since I changed to dual pipes. I was thinking about trying to convert the winches I have to either electric or hydraulic? Perhaps one at either end as well. Let me know your thoughts on that. Thanks again, updates to come!
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Old 06-17-2018, 12:16 PM   #19
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I don't have time to do any work today but have enough to write up my headlight switch fix and post the pics from it. I'll try to keep this short. To start off, my trucks headlight switch likely broke years ago, see previous pics for carnage, and I needed an original switch on acount of fixing butchery and the fact that none of the interior lights worked. I got the correct knob from a salvage yard on my last road trip through Idaho, bought the switch with it, the only issue was the dimmer coil was broken to say the least. I pulled out the switch from my parts truck and the dimmer coil looked great, swapped the knobs and all was well untill I noticed one contact was missing, lost and rattling around inside the switch. I took it apart, another fell out, and I found that the slide itself was broken as well and one of its spring loaded contacts was bent up. The loose contact was there, but the staked tabs that hold it in place had broken off. Here its worth noting I'm a gunsmith by trade, and deal with staked in place parts coming loose often, so I came up with a fix. See pics for reference. Basically I cut new tabs with a sharp chisel and peened them over with a punch and VERY ginger tapping. They wiggle ever so slightly, but are tight enough to stay put. I polished the living snot out of all the things and ended up using the slide out of the other switch with the bad coil. My only fear is that because of the "restricted flow" of power due to my narrowing the tab slightly, they may heat up enough to burn the staking tabs or contact tab itself off. Time will tell, maybe this can help someone save an old switch.
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Old 06-17-2018, 09:21 PM   #20
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Looks good, gunny. Gunsmith...mmmm. I'd suggest you leave the insanity of Cowlifornikayt behind and move up here to Oruhgawn, but this state has basically become Cali-north or Washy-south, whichever you prefer. Same difference either way. Used to be a wonderful state. Now its a sleazy sanctuary/nanny state just like where you live.
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Old 06-17-2018, 09:30 PM   #21
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* hence road trip to Idaho. In the words of Davey Crockett, "You can all go to h***, I'm going to Texas." Fortunately I live in placer county, most people here are just as ticked at big brother gov as I am lol. Don't even get me started, thats how this thread may get hijacked
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Old 06-17-2018, 09:45 PM   #22
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Yep. I'm familiar with the area. Reminiscent of the towns Jacksonville and Gold Hill up here. I'm beginning to eyeball Idaho as well. If either of the two hideously draconian gun control proposals happen to make the November ballot and get voted into law by all the granola-snorting looney tunes in Portland and Salem, I will be taking my evil, black pew-pews and heading East. Not going to let those bass-tards turn me into an outlaw overnight.
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Old 06-17-2018, 09:49 PM   #23
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Yea, they've already made us criminals here. I've already heard two people registered their ars under our new rules and were arrested on the spot. You know somethings backasswards when its nearly impossible to comply with the law and effortlessly easy for a criminal who doesnt care to use a hacksaw.
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Poor, dumb fools. Far less painful to place your nuts in big vise and cinch'er down tight than to comply with those types of laws. Sorry, I kinda jacked your thread off in a the wrong direction. I'll shut up now so you can get the train back on the track.
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No prob. The trucks getting the gadston or similar painted on the doors, so this talk is right at home here God, guns, automobiles, amen. (Deplorables welcome)
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No Step on Snake! That will look awesome! Obviously I'm partial to that symbol also.
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Aaalrighty back to work I go.... Yeesh. I've hit one of those things, that I knew was there but didn't want to acknowledge at any cost. See pics. I'm not sure what the best way to address this is. Maybe cut out the rust with a dremel tool and just leave a larger but clean edged hole? But if I do will water pour in? I'm going to have to address this eventually but I don't have time right now nor the skill to weld in patches, should I cut it out? Probably. The dash is stripped out and ready for it. Or should I just try and neutralize it somehow? I almost can't believe how rotten the vents are while the floor is still so good. Let me know your thoughts, today will hopefully have time to figure out whats up with the rear lights and install the new alternator.
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Also can anyone tell me if this is the long forgotten horn relay?
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Old 06-18-2018, 10:07 AM   #29
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While I'm under here(suprising head room) dealing with the mess in the first two pics can anyone tell if the driveline angle is sharp enough here to warrant a double cardan? Or whatever its called... If not how to tell?
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On to the next likely daft/noobish question, do I not need a voltage regulator anymore? Theres nowhere to plug in the old delco remy lol. Pic is new wire top, old bottom, that plug is gone! ps sorry to spam posts like this, I'm posting as Im finding today...
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