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Old 07-30-2002, 08:25 AM
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I have a 24-T track roadster running a 255 F/H using a high torque starter with a GM type solenoid, a Mallory dual point dist. and I want to use a GM style one wire Alt. Does anyone have a diagram I can use for this? Do I use a ballast resistor? What is the Dist./coil wiring look like?

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Old 07-30-2002, 10:28 AM
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The one wire alternator I put on my '62 Impala just ran right back to the battery. That made it plain and simple.

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Al here with AutoReWire.com in beautiful downtown Galt, CA

This is not to difficult but since I don't know just what starter you have I can't be too specific on all of the wiring you mention. I also can't remember exactly what ohm resister you need but I can give you a number to call to get that info.

If you would like to e-mail me your phone number and a good time to call I will get in touch with you to discuss it with you.

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post it here Aldo Nova, my parts store guy said the 10 ohm resistor goes to the exciter in a 2 wire system, obviously a 1 wire doesn't have that. i didn't know the 1 wire took a resistor. if i'm wrong i'll have fried another one before i can read you answer tho. <img src="graemlins/evil.gif" border="0" alt="[evil]" />
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