Question about 1985 Chevrolet Sportvan G10
It is on my boat and is a gm 292 in line 6cyl
Assuming you have an external voltage regulator:-
The largest stud/nut terminal is B+,
this is the charge current output, it connects to battery positive (uses heavy high current capacity cable),
the other terminals are normally spade terminals :-
DF exciter winding control, (controlled by ext voltage regulator);
IND (or D+) - via dashboard 'BAT' indicator light, then to +12V when Ignition switch is 'ON' (alternator excitation current source).
If you have an alternator with an integral internal voltage regulator,
only B+ (sometimes with an additional B+ terminal)
and IND (or D+) terminals are present.
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
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