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 How to Wire a 6-Volt Alternator?

Answer The voltage of alternators varies depending on their use, but the function of every alternator is the same. The alternator rotates and produces electricity to charge a battery and power electrical ... Read More »
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How to Troubleshoot a 24-Volt Alternator Wire?

Alternators can be set to produce different voltages (12 volts is the most common for cars, but on larger vehicles a higher voltage is required). Most alternators generally have two, sometimes thre... Read More »
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I need to extend a 14 gauge, 600 volt stranded copper wire. Can I use solid wire?

yes you can use solid wire...be sure to get your wire nuts tight
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How do you wire a 4-prong 240 Volt outlet to power a 3-prong 240 Volt dryer?

Answer for USA, Canada and countries using similar 60Hz mains supplies (LIFE SAFETY WARNING! [disclaimer] Electricity is dangerous! You can be injured or killed! Improper installations can cau... Read More »
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How to Modify the Voltage on a 12-Volt Alternator?

Although your alternator is set to operate 12-volt electrical equipment and the specifications on the label and manual state the voltage is 12, it is the speed the alternator rotor turns that denot... Read More »
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