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Looking at alternator wiring pics now that I have the right harness, I see something in a diagram that I don't recognize. Anyone know what this is and where I can get one? I have a 1973 with center ammeter gauge. Thanks.

 

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That is a single post junction block/terminal that was used on cars with gauges

BLOCK ASSY JUNCTION CORRECT STYLE REPRO - #14448-1A - National Parts Depot (npdlink.com)

 

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Wire 16 (red w/ light green stripe) is connected to the ignition switch run terminal. 32 (red w/ light blue stripe) is connected to the ignition switch start terminal.

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