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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old Mar 28th, 10, 07:52 AM Thread Starter
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Alternator plug - where can I get one?

Any ideas where I can get the plug for the back of a 69 alternator - the one with 2 wires to the regulator? Don't want an entire harness, just the plug with long enough leads to connect to my existing harness.

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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old Mar 28th, 10, 08:53 AM
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Re: alternator plug - where can I get one?

I'm not sure, but I got the plug for my CS-130 at the auto parts store in the HELP section. So give that a try.

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Re: alternator plug - where can I get one?

I just cut mine off my factory harness.

I bought one for the 12si at AutoZone so I feel sure they have the style you need also.

Are you changing the alternator?

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Re: alternator plug - where can I get one?

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I just cut mine off my factory harness.

I bought one for the 12si at AutoZone so I feel sure they have the style you need also.

Are you changing the alternator?
I'm replacing it because it has some bearing noise, but thinking going back with the same. I was thinking about switching to an internal regulated one - but can't find one with the hole in the back for the spacer to bolt to like the original external regulated one so may stick with an external regulated. I'll check with Autozone tomorrow on my way home from work.

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Re: alternator plug - where can I get one?

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I'm replacing it because it has some bearing noise, but thinking going back with the same.
It is not hard to replace the bearings and while at it the bushes.
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I was thinking about switching to an internal regulated one
good move covered in detail in many old threads

Plugs, check out local car wreaking yards...

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Re: alternator plug - where can I get one?

Got mine at the local Parts store...$5 ??? maybe.

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post #7 of 7 (permalink) Old Apr 25th, 10, 06:03 PM
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Re: alternator plug - where can I get one?

classic industries has the short harness to convert from old harness to new ,hope this helps
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