[MV] RE 6 to 12 volt

Dave Cole (DA_Cole@compuserve.com)
Mon, 27 Jul 1998 15:31:23 -0400

Message text written by Dr Deuce 264-0909
>MOST GM alternators from the 70-80's will run with one wire. I have two
vehicles running that way right now. There is no problem. You need to
where you want the adjusting bracket hole in relationship to the mounting=

and the 2 pin plug if you use it. With one wire you must 'flash it over'
about 2000 rpms. Once flashed it is fine untill you shut it off.

Steve =

AKA Dr Deuce

So how is that wired? Are all three wires simply connected together at t=
alternator and wired to the battery? I can see this working, after all
even with the three wire setup, all three wires eventually connect up to
the battery plus terminal, it is just that one goes through the ignition
and the idiot light. How did you find this out?


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