What Happened to 42-Volt Systems?

by | May 2009 | 0 comments

by Tom Nash
A few years ago, we were told that all vehicles produced worldwide would be equipped with 36/42-volt electrical systems by the end of this decade. It isn’t going to happen – not for a long time, at least. It may eventually come to fruitio...

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