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Battery chargln for extra battery in van

I need to know which wire is the d+ so i can charge a spare battery while drivin i have got it all wired in ready but dont know which is d+on aternater my van is a toyoto hiace 91

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There should be 4 wires on the alternator, labeled IG, L, S and B. The wires for S and B should be white. Connect both S and B wires to the positive terminal of your spare battery.

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