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Are the three yellow wires from the alternator to the regulator all the same? my dealer removed the connector and wired them solid.

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Yes they all put out the same voltage.

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G'day.
It is possible to get a faulty reg from new but extremely unlikely.Obviously they are all tested at the factory before packaging.As are all electrical parts.Which are non-returnable in most cases too I'm sorry to say.
Try this test.
With you multi-meter set to ohms & set to the highest scale(k ohms) check the conunuity between each of the three stator wires TO EARTH.
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