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Old 02-22-2017, 03:36 PM   #8
C1ph3r
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Re: High voltage after alternator conversion

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Originally Posted by hdff View Post
Hi vettevet, looking at your diagram on my very limited electrical knowledge (i'm trying to learn) what is the black dot I have circled #1, is that the evr?? also #2 says fusible link on the wire from the battery is a fusible link an in line fuse. I am considering a larger amp alternator and am just trying to get a total understanding of what all I need to do prior to doing it. I think I understand this pic except for the 2 questions I've ask. thanks for your knowledge and help
i can tell you from just doing this, the number 1 you have circled, that is where all the constant 12v wires come together on the driver side around the inner fender. It's basically a distribution block more or less.

My understanding is a fusible link is pretty much a fuse. But it's a wire that basically melts away like a fuse would in the event of a short. SO the wire breaks instead of catching fire.
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