I've got a 1968 Dodge Dart slant 6 (225) and have been having some issues with what seems to be the electrical right now. About a month ago car died on the highway and was completely dead. Ended up being the fusible link burning up because the alternator was shot and we rewired the fusible link with a fuse and replaced the alternator with a new one and was running fine until yesterday when I noticed the alternator gauge in the car was a little lower than normal when I put the headlights on and ended up stalling out while driving. Still was able to get home but was little iffy and still wanted to stall a little. Was wondering where it could be drawing too much power from and if it really has something to do with the headlights or coming from somewhere else. Has new alternator, voltage regulator, ballis resistor, and cylinoid.