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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 05-19-06, 09:07 PM Thread Starter
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where to find ignition wiring source on ZH/XC?

I have a ZH fairlane and am wondering where i would get 12V ignition on source for switching relays on thermofans, electronic ignition system, and gas lock off?

i know the wire colour is Red/Lt.Green for ignition from the keys but theres also the same colour wire going to the alternator, which i assume is the warning light. which confuses me a bit about how the warning light is wired in. that wire also seems to go al the way back to the other wire at the keys.

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Re: where to find ignition wiring source on ZH/XC?

i am wondering tho if that is the normal wire that goes to the alternator for the warning light as this car has a 120Amp alternator put in it.

has anyone else put these alternators in and know whats different to the standardones?
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Re: where to find ignition wiring source on ZH/XC?

The red/light green wire is the correct one to use - there is also a wire of a similar colour from the alt to the warning light, but I think it is a red/green rather than light green! I would use the wire from the ignition switch as your supply - if you are only switching relays this will be ok.

There should be no difference with the 120A alternator wiring from standard.
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Re: where to find ignition wiring source on ZH/XC?

thanks for that.
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