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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 07-06-09, 05:14 PM Thread Starter
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Can anyone help me with my question on the basic wiring behind the two Alternators i have here as the bosch (the replacement) bolted in and even though the plug was different the wiring was identical (in color and match) i thought if i do a quick check start and i see charge offered i would remove and change the pully over and adapt the plug (2 wires, one white/blk and one white/red). when i examined an identical ford nearby with a Bosch the wiring was same. I am hoping someone is about now to help with an answer..cheers

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Re: 91 EA 3.9 Alternator NOT Bosch...Have Bosch..

Best see a auto elec as you don't want to fry the new alternator or the wiring in the car .Sorry i can't help any more
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Re: 91 EA 3.9 Alternator NOT Bosch...Have Bosch..

Sorry but what is your question? You've lost me and I can't see a question mark in your post anywhere. If you are asking if the stock wiring is compatible with a new alternator give us the Bosch model number of the new alternator and I will probably be able to answer that question.

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