So I'm not quite sure what to do next on this bad boy. I replaced the altenator 2 times in the last year or so and my volt meter started reading a low voltage again today. So I broke out my charger and charged the battery to full and then tested the alt. I got 2 readings in a row that the alt was good so I figured my battery had given up on me and it was time for a new one. It was almost 10 years old so it made sense. So I put a new batt in and charge it to full just to be sure and then take it around the neighborhood to test it all out. The volt meter stayed around 14 the entire time so I assumed it was all good again. Then I went to pick my kid up from school today and it started dropping again! So I came back home and tested the alt again and got a good reading the first time and then 4 more bad readings after that?!?!?!? So now I'm trying to figure out why the heck my altenator would keep going bad on this thing? The one in there now can't be more than 3 months old, and it's not a refurb unit, it's all new. I can rebuild an engine and do most anything mechanical, but when it comes to electrical gremlins I'm pretty much useless. But nonetheless, I looked high and low trying to find a bad connection or obvious short somewhere to no avail. Any ideas that could point me in the right direction other than take it to a mechanic for an electrical diagnosis?