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Alternator How do i wire an alternator to a car that was stripped of its wiring?

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    A Chevy Nova

  • Marty marty May 11, 2010

    sorry...don't have it


  • Marty marty May 11, 2010

    tell me model, I may have schematic...

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Put in a 1 wire alternator and charge the battery with current usage. 1 connection from the battery to the alternator b+ with 6 ga wire and you are set to go.

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