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land rover military defender 24 volt alternator


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Hi, my military 98 defender ffr wolf is a 24 v electrical system but the voltage output on both alterrnaters is 35/36 v. I want to install two leisure batteries to power a 24 volt inverter, but wth this output i know it will fry the batteries, can anyone tell me how i can get the normal output from a 24 v alternater, is there a step up box or a reason other than that why this is happening ?

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Also, worth noting that taking a voltage measurement from a disconnected alternator is not reliable at all, you need it connected to a battery and have the indicator bulb in place for it to do anything right.

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