This can be a sign that the voltage regulator is not working properly. First what is high. A normal battery is between 11 volts and 13.8 volts. When the system is charging a reading of 14 to 14.5 volts is not uncommon. With the vehicle off and the switch turned to on you should see the normal battery voltage. Vehicle gauges have been know to be off due to many different things. Over charging a battery can cause it to explode. I would look over the above information and if it is showing that it might be over charging (above 14.5 volts) get it checked and fixed really soon.
Voltage regulator is defective. Have it replaced or this will ruin your battery.
On a 1996 Ford Crown Victoria : The H / L ( High / Low ) gauge : On the drivers side of the speedometer is the battery voltage gauge On the passenger side of the speedometer is the engine oil pressure gauge
Because the voltage is high?
Voltage Regulator bad
When your battery gage reads high, it means that your voltage regulator is shot. Your voltage is too high. You are about to wreck your battery and some of your electronics. You are facing an extremely expensive repair job if you do not get a fairly inexpensive part fixed.
Depends... Can i use a jack?
It is bacicly the more high class ford pickup
That depends on it's gauge, the lower the gauge the higher load it can handle.Another AnswerMaximum demand describes the maximum electrical load applied to a high-voltage (high-tension) electrical cable.
how do you replace a fitting from a high pressure oil pump that is leaking oil in a 2001 ford F350 diesel truck?
P1554 Cruise Engaged Circuit High Voltage
It connects a high voltage source to a high voltage user.
check the fuse, it should be linked to other devices in the vehicle if you've noticed other components (radio, interior lights, etc.) not working. if the gauge is pegged in the super high or low position and the fuse is good, pull apart dash and check voltage reading at gauge wiring (you need voltage values from ford to determine if the gauge is out or if it is indeed telling you the right reading). If the gauge wiring checks out, the sender unit on your fuel pump went out and it is integral with the fuel pump itself. Ala, time to replace the fuel pump. Good luck.