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In searching the internet, I found a few cases of this problem.
1) Defective Regulator or Alternator.
2) Alternator insufficiently grounded.
3) One of the Regulator wires had overheated and melted into the other wire.
4) Either Regulator wire was shorted to ground.
As soon as the scorching desert sun sets, I'll get in there and see which one it is.
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