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IG wire that plugs into alt.

I need to tap the IG wire going to the alt. to a post on a dual battery isolater. The little wiring diagram on the alt. is confusing. To be sure I need the color of the wire.

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Hi....
On your 4RUNNER 03.
The IG wire colour is: YELLOW and RED.
On the Alternator connector.

I hope this help on your question.
Thank you for use fixya..

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