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Have a friend who needs help. HE IS TRYING TO WIRE UP HIS IDIOT LIGHT TO HIS ALT. bUT DOES NOT KNOW WHAT LETTER ON HIS REGULATOR TO HOOK HIS WIRE TO. the letters on it are IASF. so which one of these letters do we use. This is a Ford alt. Thanks again.

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Terminal I for indicator light.

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Well we tried that, and the light just stays on all the time. This guy has such a mess on his rewire job, that i cant even make things out, so he is just going to start over and see what happens. I cant see good enough to see what hes doing, but thanks for your help anyway.
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