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CS130 Wiring Question

GM part #of Alternator 10463172

The wire I plan on using for the "F" wire is hot with the ignition switch in both the "ON" and "ACC position. Does it matter if the wire is Hot in the ignition position of "ACC"? In the "Off" this wire is dead, I verify with a meter.

I am wiring per the schematic Doc gave me(Thanks Again). I tried attaching the schematic, could not get it to work.

I have no charging light or amp meter.

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i mite be missing something, but i'll throw this much out here, it may help someone, somewhere. if you're running an alternator with a built-in regulator or two wire, here's what i've been doing for years, and i know there will be some arguments here, but it works. loop number 2, the field wire, right into the main wire or "bat term" with a 12 ga wire and run # 1 or sensor wire to the acc. term on your switch. that will work without using a diode........engine will shut off and no battery drain........
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Doc here,

No it does not matter. So long as power remains on in the "IGN" position..



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i mite be missing something, but i'll throw this much out here, it may help someone, somewhere. if you're running an alternator with a built-in regulator or two wire, here's what i've been doing for years, and i know there will be some arguments here, but it works. loop number 2, the field wire, right into the main wire or "bat term" with a 12 ga wire and run # 1 or sensor wire to the acc. term on your switch. that will work without using a diode........engine will shut off and no battery drain........

Doc here,

Uhhh..

Don't you mean jump The small red (the REGULATOR Wire) to the Output wire, ("B" terminal), and The Small BROWN wire (Charge lamp) to the Ign/ACC wire?

IF the output wire is connected to the "B" terminal of the Starter solenoid, (on a correctly wired vehicle) No Diode is required..the switch contacts provide the isolation from run on..

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Thanks DOC!

I offer my apology for not asking that part of the question this past May 2007.

I did research before asking..., however most seem to correlate to color of wire, I don't have that option, luckily I am electrical control guy and can use a meter. Just need to know when to heat the wire or un-heat, and on what terminal.

I jumper-ed my "S" wire directly to the battery post on the alternator.

Again Thanks!

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