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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old Jan 15th, 03, 12:31 PM Thread Starter
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I'm building a 69 Camaro from the ground up. I'm installing the engine harness and I'm using a 1 wire alt. I know how to wire the alt up but how do I get pwr to the fuse box. I'm not using a horn relay or a voltage reg. Do I just run a line from the terminal block on the rad core to the fuse box? I using a new stock engine wire harness that has all the connections for a normal setup.
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That would work fine.

Or tie together all the red wires, that is the terminal lugs of those attaching to the missing components.

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I was told to tie the blue and brown wires together that were originally on the voltage regulator. Does that sound right? Also, did the horn relay supply the 12v to the fuse panel?

<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Everett#2390:
That would work fine.

Or tie together all the red wires, that is the terminal lugs of those attaching to the missing components.

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