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Posted by Anonymous on
If the kit contains a
wire and a diode, one would ASSUME it is a standard "3-wire"
alternator, rather than a less-desirable (goofy) "one-wire" unit.
Here's a simplified diagram.
Please note the diode, an "idiot light" or a 10 Ohm 10 Watt diode can be used interchangeably in the "excite" wire lead.
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