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Fit well, only problem is that pins like to pull out of rubber housing.
14 June 2017 It is a benefic plug; it fits the bill. One of the plug's two connections goes to the positive supply (ignition on), and the other goes to either one of the generator's field connector. Unlike the generator's field connections, the plug's contact order must be observed. That is, looking at the open end of the plug with the rubber hood's apex held upward, the left connector goes to the generator's field, and the right-side connector goes to the positive supply (ignition on). Conversely, looking at the voltage regulator with the apex upward, as it is factory-mounted on the firewall, the left connector goes to the ignition and the right to the field. Remember the word IF: I. F. , The other field connector on the generator (or alternator) is to be connected to the positive supply (ignition on). Richard S. Otto
The voltage regulator went in the ECM and I had to replace that or add an external regulator.. I purchased a regulator but could not find the pigtail to properly install it. I found it at Advance, [...]
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