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Thanks for the response. This is a new alternator and it did it with the old alternator as well. I did pull each fuse, tested, replaced the fuse, and the pulled the next one and it did it with each fuse isolated.I would never start in the middle of a circuit. First I would verify I had a signal at the output. Next I would go to then end and see were the signal is corrupted. This case I would start pulling fuses and see when the problem stops. It sound like you have a ground issue somewhere. I would have your alternator checked. Voltage regulator bad? Try another alternator you know works. See if that changes anything.