Why am I getting 24 V and my 1994 Saturn SL two

Asked by Sep 06, 2016 at 05:25 PM about the 1994 Saturn S-Series 4 Dr SW2 Wagon

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Why am I getting 24 V and my 1994 Saturn SL two

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43,775

Just guessing here since you are not clear...because it comes with 24 valves?

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It is a 16 valve. Get 12 v before starting then goes to 24 v

43,775

Oh, you talking charging, correct? That would be the voltage regulator needing replacement. The charging system should be putting out 14.5 V.

Ok thanks just wasn't sure if that was possible to get that many volts

43,775

I should mention that if you keep running this way, you will ruin your battery. It is overcharging. Also it is hard on all the electrical systems in the vehicle. Chances are you will run into more troubles without it regulated to the proper voltage. This needs to be fixed A.S.A.P.

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