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Join Date: Oct 2008
Location: Central Washington
Re: Perfect Power Distribution
I have converted to an internally regulated alternator and installed a new harness so I have removed the horn relay and regulator from the radiator support. I installed one of the above to supply power to the relays for my lights and fan. Have another on the firewall where the output batt wire from the alternator goes and is the main power distribution on the car now. The main power wire from the dash is there along with feeding the power to the junction block up front, and voltage sensing from the alternator. All these power connections use fusible links. Its an easy system to add stuff to in the future. Steiner, you could run power to the above always hot fuse block (which are pretty clever too) from the block on the firewall which will always be at 14V. Thanks for the input.
68 RS Coupe 355/350 TH, Detroit Speed, Hotchkis, Vintage Air, 8.5" 3.42 posi 10-bolt, MagnaFlow 2 1/2" exhaust, etc.
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