If your new alternator has a higher output rating you should also choose an
ammeter that will handle the current it could be carrying. If you overload
a light duty ammeter and your batter begins to charge excessively you could
damage the ammeter and end up paying for what is likely a spendy part
twice. Get the 60 Amp meter and you won't have any problems.
Datsun Sports wrote:
> for those that have done it. did you keep the original ammeter? im going
> with aftermarket vdo's and they offer a 30 and a 60 range meter. just
> curious if the gm alternator would damage the old type gauge.
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