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Old 09-03-2006, 11:05 PM
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64 Plymouth Belvedere Elec drawings?

My neighbor is having a rough time figuring out why he is eating alternators.
I think he is on his 3rd alt in the last 30 days.
Out of the blue this silly car decides to quit charging.
New parts include--Alt, Voltage Reg, Horn Relay, Starter Relay,

5 Days ago I went up and checked the Alt output, = 14.2, Discovered a new Volt Reg was not working (tapped it with a screwdriver & wiggled a connection & it started to charge.

Today he just informed me that he got another Alt.---Ammeter shows nothing at all---no Discharge/No Charge

I'm beginnin' to wonder if my first guess (that's what I did when he first mentioned the car went dead) the Ammeter is faulty.

Both of my 67 Chrysler 300s had ammeter failures (when I was still a teen)
and they did some really weird stuff----one of them killed the whole car, no power to anything.

So I'm wondering if anyone out there has an electrical drawing for a 64 plymouth belvedere--318--AC--Auto

Be a lot easier to help him if I could trace the wires w/o having to destroy his harness.

Been too long since working on a chrysler--forgot the colors.

By the way---this is a completely unmolested harness under the hood, not yet sure of the under dash.

Thanx
Bryan

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I think autozone.com has a lot of manuals online..there may be the one you need there..

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Doc here,

Here is the diagram..you should be able to print it..

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The Alternator is on the bottom right of the schematic..

There appears to be a resistor assorted with the circuit...I'll Bet that has taken a dump..

Although I'm not a Mopar guy..

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Thanks Doc, and Sam

Autozone does not have anything for the plymouth's yet--Ford-Chev-Jeep

Tried to print that page Doc. Only got a section of it. So I took pictures of my monitor to get all of the page--6 shots--
Also got pics of the body wiring as well--6 more pics.
I'll try to draw each page on a single on a single sheet for him. (this may benefit me as well)

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Doc here,

I have this converted to file..If you want to PM me your Email , I can send you the file (which will print) as well as page two..(there is another page not shown here.)






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I will do just that Doc

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I will do just that Doc

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Sent !

hope they printout ok and are readable...let me know how it goes!

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