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    Default Internal regulated Alternator doubt...

    i just brought an internal regulated alternator for my 3TC. the alternator casing does not show any Sense, Light, and Ignition connection.
    but there are 2 connectors connected together, where as another one is left alone.
    i was wonder if 2 of those connected together are Sense and Ignition. where as the left alone one is Charging Light signal?
    any one can give some tips on this?

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    Default Re: Internal regulated Alternator doubt...

    that sounds quite likely. (but i don't know about yours in particular..bump)
    on the bosch internall regulated ones, the sense wire is internal also, so there is only battery post and charge light connections...
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    Default Re: Internal regulated Alternator doubt...

    it should goes like this? what alternator do i have here?




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    Default Re: Internal regulated Alternator doubt...

    Normally the label on the side of the alternator has a diagram of the pin connections for the plug.
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    Default Re: Internal regulated Alternator doubt...

    the pins label on the alternator is exactly same on my drawing..do you all think that is the way to connect the wiring?

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    Default Re: Internal regulated Alternator doubt...

    the yellow wire will (almost definitely) by the charge warning light, so if the other two ae connected, then they will go to IGN power like you said

    that help?
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    Default Re: Internal regulated Alternator doubt...

    ok.. i'll try to connect the wirings right after my side pipe(exhaust) is completed..

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