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It is possible you have a poor engine to frame ground. Try this; Attach a ground strap of any size from a bare metal spot on engine to a suitable ground on the chassis. Also make sure existing battery connections are clean. Good luck. Also check the belt tension. Some have auto tensioners which when they go bad will make the lights fluctuate at idle and the belt doesn't always squeak when it happens.

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Q: What happens when you disengage clutch and your lights and battery gage fluctuate?
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