Question about 1995 Buick Park Avenue
First of all check out is the alternater compitable to your car.and second thing there are two types of alternater available in market.1 wire as well as 3 wire alternater.which you got is 1 wire and which you were having in your car already was 3 wire alternater.nothing to worry.if the alternater is compitable it will work and support your car.the connection is as follows :-- Connect the positive battery wire and secure it by fastening the retaining nut on the alternator terminal.
-- 3 wire alternators are much better.A One wire alternator simply means that it only requires one hot wire from the alternator to a postive battery connection. It can be also refered as Output Wire (a car can be connected to the positive side of the battery or to the positive side of the starter solenoid)...and thats surely your case.
Yeah you have a multiple connections to your alternator, but not all intended to charge your battery.
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
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