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My voltage regulator plug has a yellow wire (A Terminal) with a large eyelet. Does this wire hook to the junction block with the two large Blk./Org. wires on it or does it go to the stud on the starter solenoid where the battery terminal is connected.

My car is a late 72 and I think that it has some 73 wiring pieces on it. It has the instrument package. I have a wiring diagram and it is not very plain on where this yellow wire does mount. It is long enough to reach either point that I mentioned.

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My voltage regulator plug has a yellow wire (A Terminal) with a large eyelet. Does this wire hook to the junction block with the two large Blk./Org. wires on it or does it go to the stud on the starter solenoid where the battery terminal is connected.

My car is a late 72 and I think that it has some 73 wiring pieces on it. It has the instrument package. I have a wiring diagram and it is not very plain on where this yellow wire does mount. It is long enough to reach either point that I mentioned.

 

Post a picture of the wiring area that you are discussing here. Welcome from TriCities WA.

-john

(jbojo)

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C6 with Gear Vendor overdrive, 3.89 Tru Trac, Hooker Super Comp with 2 1/2" Pypes Exhaust.        

 

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There have been several discussions on this forum about engine, alternator and regulator wiring, along with pictures.

 

Just enter what you're looking for in the search box in the upper right corner, here's an example of what you can find:

http://www.7173mustangs.com/thread-help-with-engine-wiring

 

It appears to go to the terminal in this thread.

 

 

“If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough.”

--Albert Einstein

 

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My voltage regulator plug has a yellow wire (A Terminal) with a large eyelet. Does this wire hook to the junction block with the two large Blk./Org. wires on it or does it go to the stud on the starter solenoid where the battery terminal is connected.

My car is a late 72 and I think that it has some 73 wiring pieces on it. It has the instrument package. I have a wiring diagram and it is not very plain on where this yellow wire does mount. It is long enough to reach either point that I mentioned.

 

can not help but if you are ever just @60miles SE of Pittsburgh the choice auto electrical shop that services everything of electrical for east ohio and western PA only few miles on rte 22 from ground zero of this site where i am Latrobe PA is called Murray Auto Electric Delmont PA. THEY INSTALLED A 130 AMP ALTERNATOR W/BUILT IN REGULATOR AS HAVING 2 OPTIMA BATTERIES TO CHARGE AND RUN A HEAVY STEREO AND AC UPGRADE NEEDED THE EXTRA POWER. MIKKE


My voltage regulator plug has a yellow wire (A Terminal) with a large eyelet. Does this wire hook to the junction block with the two large Blk./Org. wires on it or does it go to the stud on the starter solenoid where the battery terminal is connected.

My car is a late 72 and I think that it has some 73 wiring pieces on it. It has the instrument package. I have a wiring diagram and it is not very plain on where this yellow wire does mount. It is long enough to reach either point that I mentioned.

 

ps~my wife got her under grad degree from miami university oxford oh

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Please post up an introduction - telling us more about your car and post some pics.

 

 

Ray

1971 Boss 351  

1972 Q code 4 speed convertible 

1971 Mustang Sportsroof  351-2V FMX 

1971 Hardtop (parts car)

1973 Mach 1 (parts car)

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