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douglas.evans - Feb 16 2015 09:13 AM
First and foremost, the SAE J1930 regulation dictates that if the PCM controls the alternator field, the alternator is supposed to be dubbed a generator, but if it has its own internal regulator, it’s still OK to call it an alternator. View the full a...