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Old 05-10-2011, 07:13 PM
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Thanks to all who replied to my previous question, But I didnt make myself clear. I need the diagram for an internal regulator alternator. Prior to my one wire that I have now, I had one with the no 2 wire tied to the main feed wire and I cant remember where the other field wire went. It worked fine like that. I wired the whole car from scratch and have driven it for years with no problems. Im very bucks down and need a cheap answer. Thanks for any help you can give.

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http://www.oldengine.org/unfaq/10si.htm
try this http://www.madelectrical.com/electri...hreewire.shtml
this may be better
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Battery lug on the back of the alt goes to the pos post on the battery, however you choose to route it there, I ran mine to the radiator support junction terminal then to the pos post.

#1 wire is run to to an idiot light

#2 wire is spliced to the fuse box wire, to pwr everything else, and back to the feed from the radiator support jucntion as a sensing source to turn the alt on or put in in out put mode
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