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Old 05-19-2008, 07:34 AM   #1
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Alternator wiring

So to make a long story short, last weekend I had somewhat of a small engine fire. So I spent last week splicing and heat shrinking in new wires for the damaged areas. I have everything taken care of but the alternator is now shot. No biggie, but where my problem is, is that plug that connects to the alternator is, well, one lump of plastic now. It will undoubtedly have to be broken apart to remove the alternator.

So my question is, other then a boneyard, is there anywhere I can pick up a new plug, preferably with pigtails?

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Re: Alternator wiring

check ebay? or someone parting out a car
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