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Check out this Briggs and Stratton manual and see if it helps you sort things out:
Usually alternator wires are red and black. They also have an AC output that goes to a rectifier to make DC.
This is the standard B&S ignition:
White wires can be for headlights or ignition kill. WHITE / Light wires usually come from the battery positive post.
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Tri-circuit Diode Wire
with 2 diodes leading to 1 Red Wire and
1 White Wire
Red Wire = 2-5 Amp DC unregulated for
White Wire = 2-5 Amp DC negative for lights
This is the usual wiring off of the QUAD regulator.
Yellow Connector 2 Yellow Wires
Black Wire = 8 Amp DC unregulated for lights
Red Wire = 8 Amp DC regulated for battery
Small magnets Quad Circuit
20 Volts AC @ stator
I really need an explantion of where your trying to connect to and from. I am thinking your connecting from the engine alternator. IF you replaced the alternator... depending on which alternator you purchased there is a modification that has to be done to wiring harness of the alternator to the regulator.
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