Re: Alternator Wires Fried--Can someone look at the pic & tell me what it might be?
The black and blue wires are okay, unless the black wire, should be brown(?), gray(?) is burnt also. The blue wire is the field current from the reg to stator windings, the black wire is the other side of the GEN light.
Since you've relocated the alt to the pass side, I'd make up a pigtail using #8 AWG and go from BAT terminal of alt to + positive post of battery and see what happens.
If you are using the same wiring as OE, and you're going back to the horn relay for buss line, how does the wire look from the redgulator, the wire with fusible link, the wire going across the rad support, and the pigtail to the positive battery cable & junction block? All wire should look like the alt terminal lug.
If the alt lead only looks this way and battery leads look good, then something else, as in another heavy load, is melting the wire.
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