How to Wire a Delco Remy Alternator?

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A Delco Remy starter alternator is the most common alternator used on GM cars and trucks. In order to wire a Delco Remy alternator, begin by raising the hood of the car and disconnecting the negative battery cable. Bolt the alternator to the engine in order to complete the negative circuit. The next step is to set up the positive line to the output lug on the rear of the alternator and make sure that the cable is firmly tightened. Finally, cork in the alternator output control circuit so that the regulator modulates the output of the alternator.
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