69 Chevelle SS396 Ammeter - Chevelle Tech
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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old Feb 19th, 14, 4:12 PM Thread Starter
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69 Chevelle SS396 Ammeter

The ammeter in my dash cluster has stopped working correctly.The needle
started setting on full discharge, I checked battery and alternator and they came out ok, I even checked the voltage at the meter and the b and b/w wires have 12+ volts. Can I pull the meter out from the cluster? Or is a new tach cluster the best remedy. I've read all the info on the forum for the past week done all the tests listed for ammeter problems and have not been able to get the needle to move back to the center.
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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old Feb 22nd, 14, 12:43 PM Thread Starter
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Re: 69 Chevelle SS396 Ammeter

I just rechecked and the alternator, on the blue wire it has 9.9v running 4.14 key off ,on the white 7.27 running 0 off, and 14.5 on the red running then 12.67 off. Ideas?
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Re: 69 Chevelle SS396 Ammeter

Ok easy question then. Can the ammeter be replaced?
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