No worry. thanks for the suggestion. That all would make sense, but yes the light is on when the key is in. It just doesn't go away. Also, all wires including the field wire are perfectly secure and intact. No corrosion or looseness anywhere. The two shops I've taken it too here have both diagnosed it as a faulty alternator. I'm posted up here in Wichita Falls, Texas until the shop can get another alternator from the supplier that supplied the first one - WorldPac. Luckily, its covered under warranty. Unluckily for me, it'll take several days for it to be worked out. Bummer. This will be the end of the trip. Once this gets worked out, I'm going to book it back to Philadelphia.
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