Question about Ford Cars & Trucks
Green/red is the charge lamp circuit. when grounded it should turn the light on,if it doesnt, you may have a blown fuse. the lamp circuit provides the "turn on" signal to the alternator as a positive voltage. the voltage regulator is a gounded load until the alt starts charging, than it puts out a positive voltage to turn out the light.
Posted on Nov 08, 2014
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