If the sensing wire is connected straight to the B+ terminal the regulator will just happily continue to keep its output voltage at 13. Ford Alternator Wiring Diagram This is the diagram of every components in the alternator. If you look carefully at the rear of the alternator you will find the embossed letters there. I ended up using two 7. David myeh, thanks for the wiring diagram.
As for the 3G wiring, I did not have time today to recheck it. I plan on wiring my 3G the same way you did, but I need to use the 3G stator plug output to heat up my electric choke. A photographic representation would certainly show extra information of the physical look, whereas a wiring diagram utilizes a much more symbolic symbols to highlight affiliations over physical appearance. The stator wire then the white and black wire on the 2G that shares the same pigtail as the double output wires, or the black and white wire on the 3G that has it's own independent plug-in , goes to the electronic choke on the carb carrying around 7 volts. For 1991-93 vehicles: The 2.
Terminal on right goes to the B+ terminal on alternator. This circuit is used to supply current to the generator field rotor. There is plenty of room down there even with the radiator hose underneath it. Do you experts agree with this thinking? The 86 diagram does seem to use less wires though they are not labeled. He thought the regulator had gone in the alternator.
The truck has a new motor in it with a few mods and changes from the stock configuration, and it runs great. Run 12v from the ignition or running accessory supply through a 15 ohm resistor to that terminal whether or not you use a charge indicator light. I never had the stator wire from the 2G output plug connected to the carb and now it is not connected to anything either. This wire should have voltage all the time. Is your choke currently getting any voltage? My alternator look exactly the same as the 1 in your image. A voltage regulator is an important component of your car's charging system. That way the batteries get the correct voltage.
I found that out when adding a 3G to my '58 Ford. You can find the correct one according to your car model as well as model year. Connecting the sense wire to the batteries causes the alternator to output extra voltage to compensate for the voltage drop in the longer cables. I was wondering if replacing the regulator was a diy job or should a auto electrician do the job? Let us know how you go. Benham has worked as an insurance research writer for Axco Services, producing reports in many countries. In a car the battery is closer to the alternator, so there is less voltage drop because the cables are shorter.
Thanks for responding and if you have any other suggestions for the swap, they would be appreciated. It was there in case the bulb burned out. Simple Ford Alternator Diagram Basically, there are a few components to be recognized when you disassemble an alternator from your engine bay. I have been researching this same 2G to 3G swap, we have the same year truck with the same engine. Engage the wiring terminals to the alternator, as tagged during removal. I'll let you know how it goes.
The image above is an alternator from a 2002 Ford Ranger. Another poster mentioned a diode. The stator and the field wiring are the push-on type of retainer. If you are hooking up an alternator, they might be very useful. Thank you for seeing gallery of , we would be very happy if you come back. What the article basically said was that older cars are designed to run at 13. I made the entire harness for my little '27 Roadster, and everything seems to be working fine except the charging circuit.
Ford Alternator Wiring Schematic This is a basic Ford alternator wiring schematic with external regulator. Remove the alternator drive belt from the drive pulley. The smaller Bosch Alternators 35, 40, 55 Amp will self excite when the revs are high enough 1500 or more. At the battery terminals I have 13 volts with the motor off and a bit over 14 with it running. At this time we are excited to announce that we have discovered an incrediblyinteresting topicto be discussed, namely Ford Alternator Wiring Diagram Internal Regulator Lots of people trying to find information about and definitely one of these is you, is not it? Do you have a single V drive belt.
I understand that the only problem with many of these is that they are not tapped, so you'd only need a bolt with a nut on it to tighten it down. If there is no battery voltage, you most likely have a burned fusible link at the starter relay area. Another poster mentioned a diode. The pivot bolt, terminal end nut, voltage regulator, regulator wiring plug, and brush holder. The brown wire goes to the ignition, the blue is the field wire and goes to the alternator, the red wire is the positive battery sensor and the white wire goes to alternator stator. Well, first, I must correct my previous post.
When adjusting belt tension, apply pressure on the front housing only. It's an old post, but I've been trying to get the charging system fired up on my 48 F1 302 redux for. On large tasks symbols could be numbered to show, as an example, the panel board and circuit to which the gadget connects, and to identify which of numerous sorts of component are to be mounted at that place. It consists of ignition switch, fuse panel, engine compartment relay box, instrument cluster and many more. This circuit is also used to turn the charging system warning indicator on if there is a fault in the charging system operation. It seems that the adaptor wire supplied to plug the bosch into the Haitchi plug has the wires reversed.