Altenator wires.

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  1. Bauman_Octane

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    There is a small plastic clip with a small white wire coming out of it. it seems loose and if i move it the battery light on the dash comes on and off if i move it. does anyone know what this whitee wire connect's to?
     
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    If you are talking about the single plug wire that is on the alt, it should go to one of the pins on the bigger plug. Like a jumper from one plug to the other. What year is your car?
     
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    It dose not appear to being going the other plug. splices into the main bundle of wrapped wires. She's a 95.
     
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    Bummer......I was thinking 2v. I don't know anything about the 95 alternator wiring.
     
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    ahh i see. no problem thanks for the input though! i try'd my hardest while my car was stock to find a stock 2v to race to see the difference. any idea how that goes down? ever raced a stock 5.0?
     
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    Nope, never wasted my time on a stock 5.0 lol
     
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    haha easy now. u sure it's cause you didn't want to wear out your timing chain's guides?
     
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    Hey! I've replaced those timing guides twice! They are good to go lol
     
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    It's the stator wire


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    nailed it. thanks man!:thumbsup:
     
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    No problem! Glad you got it fixed


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