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I am looking to upgrade my factory headlights on my 66 Plymouth Belvedere.
What brand would you recommend and the relays?
I would like to stay with the factory style look but a much brighter light.
Thanks guys for the help.
We ran a ground from the back of the alternator to the bolt that the motor plate uses to connect to the frame and it works now.
What we did on the hot, blue wire that runs from the factory harness to the voltage regulator and to the ballast restistor, we traced it back...
We are going to try this weekend making a ground wire for the alternator to the engine block and might gut the voltage regulator and hook up the factory wires just for looks. Would like to keep the voltage regulator on the firewall for looks, but if it is necessary to take it off then we will...
They installed a factory looking alternator on the firewall just for look, but maybe we need to not hook up the factory wiring to it.
This alternator does have a internal voltage regulator.
I was wrong on the black wire connected to the stud on the back of the alternator.
It goes to the power...
Battery not charging.
When I received my car back from its long restoration project, we noticed the trunk battery was not charging. Since we are using a motor plate, they decided to go with the 140 amp GM 1 wire alternator so it would fit. They used an electronic voltage regulator that looks...