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Lower Connections to Voltage Regulator


The connections on the bottom of the regulator from right to left are:
  • DF. - left most. This is a black wire from the DF (field) connection on the generator.
  • D-. - middle. This is the heavy yellow wire from case of the generator. It represents ground.
  • D+/61 - right most. The heavy red wire from the generator marked D+. This is the voltage output from the genterator. In addition is a smaller blue wire that goes to the generator light on the dash. In the picture the blue wire comes in from the top right to the terminal.
  • Note the yellow wire behind the DF connection that is not connected. This goes to the starter solenoid and will start the car if touched to the B+ at the top of the regulator.
Last modified: Tue, 18 Oct 2005


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