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87Buick GN
Gary Mitchell

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09/17/2016 04:03PM

Main British Car:
74 TR6

1974 TR6 alternator wiring
Posted by: 87Buick GN
Date: September 01, 2020 10:08PM

Looking for wiring for a 74 with original wiring to alternator. Yes I have the schematics but still need help.
The schematics shows one three block of connections.
Looking from the back of the alternator froward.
At 12 o'clock you have one small spade and two larger spades(both are for the battery and have 10-12 gauge wire).
What colored wire goes to the top smaller spade?
Then at the 3 o'clock you have another smaller spade.

Both of the smaller spades are my concerns.
Is the top one suppose to be the brown/yellow wire or the smaller brown wire.
Then which ever one left goes to the 3 o'clock spade. Correct?
Is there anything I left out?
Thanks,
Gary
If on the car the 3 spades are 3 o'clock and the one single is at 6 o'clock.

From MOSS tech support- Only need 2 wires connected to make work.
The larger spade needs the larger brown wire that goes to battery and the brown/yellow (ind lead-that controls the red light on dash) to the smaller spade.



Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 09/09/2020 02:54PM by 87Buick GN.


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