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    When you run it in By pass, do any idiot lights come on?

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    No lights come on and the voltage is stable when in battle short. When not in battleshort I can watch the voltage peg the meter and then it stalls out. I thought it might be the voltage regulator but it doesnít make sense that battleshort would fix that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by justicelee26 View Post
    No lights come on and the voltage is stable when in battle short. When not in battleshort I can watch the voltage peg the meter and then it stalls out. I thought it might be the voltage regulator but it doesn’t make sense that battleshort would fix that.
    Define "Stalls out"

    Do you get idiot lights?

    Does it stop RIGHT now?

    Or die down slow?

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    I replaced my VR and it fixed the problem.

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    Thanks for letting me know hopefully I donít need to do the same and it is a less expensive problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guyfang View Post
    Define "Stalls out"

    Do you get idiot lights?

    Does it stop RIGHT now?

    Or die down slow?
    It will trip within 5 minutes of starting on overvoltage and that light will be lit. I can also see the corresponding voltage spike on the meter so I know the trip is legitimate. When in battleshort I monitor the voltage very closely and I have not seen the spike. The results are the same regardless of whether it is loaded or not when not in battleshort. I havenít tried battleshort with loads.

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