How to Wire Single Post Alternators?

Answer A single post alternator is used primarily in vehicles that do not have a lot of accessories or an air conditioning system, such as hunting trucks and off-road vehicles. Wiring a single post altern... Read More »

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How do I Install Single Wire Marine Alternators?

Installing a single-wire marine alternator is a pull-one-out, put-one-in type of operation. The process is straightforward in that most high-output marine alternators follow the same pattern. The m... Read More »

How do I wire a single pole?

Two WiresStrip 3/4 inch of insulation from the ends of the black and white wires. Bend the bare copper into a U-shape on the white and black wires, and also bend the bare ground wire end into a U-s... Read More »

How to Wire a 4-Post Alternator?

Alternators are fitted to cars to produce the electricity that powers the car's electrical equipment and charges the battery. Alternators vary considerably in size, output and the number of termina... Read More »

How to Hook Up a Single Wire Alternator?

The General Motors one-wire alternator needs to have only one wire connected to operate. This feature has made this unit popular with car enthusiasts and off-road truck builders. With the proper br... Read More »