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Where does this wire go

I am building 1991 dodge ram 50 2.4 lt automatic I can't figure out where this wire/female plug goes it comes from the battery green and black wires with a white plug on the end

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  • kkkathryn007 Dec 02, 2008

    the generator on this car is on the opposite side and it's hookups are in place

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It goes to the alternator.

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  • llincon Dec 01, 2008

    Following the cables into the engine compartment. The positive cable will run to the altenator or the starter. The negative cable will just connect to a ground source (engine block, frame, etc.)


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Maybe alternator. thats the only one that connects directly to battery that i know of.

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The green and black wires plug into another connector that attaches the the wheel well and goes around the steering coloumn and under the floor of the vehicle.

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  • Robert Artiaco Dec 01, 2008

    i have a dodge and thats where mine goes

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