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I have a 31 ford (fiberglass body) that I just finished rewiring under the dash. I must of screwed something up. The car was running fine with all gauges working great. Now my in dash amp gauge is showing about 15.5 to 16 voits. It has the regulator on the fire wall. Did I wire something wrong??? Please help!!

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Did you run a good ground to the regulator
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