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Old 10-15-2010, 02:47 PM
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Ford Alternator

Ok i did a search but am still not sure, here is a picture of the Alternator I was given for my 302- I want to cut the 3 prong connector (as I have nothing to connect it to) and run that thick black wire to my solonoid, the orange wire to a volt meter and then ground it with the ground wire, the black and red wire ????? or am I better just getting a GM style 1 wire alternator maybe a 100 amp model as I plan to run elect fans, a AC unit and a med amp for my radio. I am doing a brand new wiring job so I have nothing to loose right?
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ok so nooo takers- how about this do I use a FORD 3 wire alternator and use the external regulator OR go the Delco alternator and the system used by MAD Electrical that everyone says to read?(and I did read it) Thanks I may try this question another way
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