Hi, I have a hair-pulling problem that any help would be appreciated. I have a 2001 LC. The problem is intermittent -- sometimes I can drive all day and everything is ok. The dash instruments include a voltage gauge and a battery idiot light. At rpm's above about 600, the voltage gauge approaches 17+ volts and the battery idiot light comes on. I have never had a problem with the battery discharging or slow start-up cranking. Thinking the battery might have an internal intermittent short - I replaced it with a new one over the weekend. Prior to this I replaced the original alternator with a remanufactured one which did not fix the problem. My mechanic put in a second replacement and still the problem was the same. Also, when this overcharging occurs the ABS and VSC dash lights come on. However, the battery warning goes back to normal and so does the voltage gage if the car idles at around 600 - depress the accelerator pedal and the problem reoccurs. I know that the car should not be driven with such high charging voltages - but, the battery shows no sign of boiling or of outside hotness to the touch. Thanks in advance for your suggestions.