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I installing a high output altentor in truck. I have a beuler 12v 40/60 amp relay how does this get connected. I see the male and female connector in back of altenator, but have 4 additional wires. 2 wires (close to the male connector) are together with a terminal end. Does that go on the charge lead off of the altenator? THen I have a white & read wire, what are they for and how are they connected.

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I can't believe that you have been supplied a relay for a high output alternator.A 40/60 relay can handle up to 60 amps,a high output alternator would blow that up as soon it has it work hard.The relay has to be for the field terminal which will never draw more than 5 amps.I would say that you are being scammed by someone,can't be sure,but i would be on guard.

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