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P220G Stator Output Voltage OK? OEM or Aftermarket Voltage Regulator

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Hi Guys,

I know my voltage regulator is bad on my Onan P220 and was wondering if anyone has an opinion on a replacement, OEM or aftermarket? 

Also, I checked my stator leads for AC Voltage and got about 25 volts at 3600 rpm on each. Is this OK? I know it says in the 40’s.

Thanks guys

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25VAC is on the low side, but it should keep the battery charged if you haven't added  aux. lights.   I have used the $20 JUNGLE regs and never had a problem.

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You said you have 25 volts on each lead. Are checking with one probe on one lead and the other to ground? You should be checking the voltage across both leads. Red probe on one lead, black on the other. Make sure the meter is in the AC mode.

 

 

 

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9 hours ago, rmaynard said:

You said you have 25 volts on each lead. Are checking with one probe on one lead and the other to ground? You should be checking the voltage across both leads. Red probe on one lead, black on the other. Make sure the meter is in the AC mode.

 

 

 

That was silly! I tested each lead to ground! Will check both but I assume the stator’s fine. I know I have a bad ac leg in the voltage regulator.

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