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nala56

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Any one got any wiring diagrams how to wire a Denso alternator into the system, and can anyone tell me what each terminal is for, know where to buy the 3 pin plug other than, Demon Tweeks, because 18 quid seems a bit expensive and finally any pictures would be welcome.. Thanks Alan





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On 11th Feb, 2015 robert said:
i tried putting soap on it , and heating it to brown , then slathered my new lube on it

*hehe!*


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Andy beat me to it. Same alternator as mine :)


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Im sure ive seen a topic on these denso alternators before on here. might be worth a look.

I got the three pin plug and alternator from maynard, i found these on ebay and rang them directly and it was 10 quid for the plug. You dont need the plug you can use a narrow push on female blade connector.

It looks like your plug has only got two pins in it? This is easy if so, the middle pin in the plug body goes to a switched ignition supply, the outer one goes to the ignition warning light (i dont use this one, as my digidash brings up the lamp on low voltage).
If your plug has 3 pins find out which outer pin goes to the warning light by trail and error. Ive left the other disconnected.

Connect the big stud to the starter motor live feed with some 6mm sq cable and connect it with yellow crimps.

Heres the only picture ive got of mine



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On 14th Mar, 2012 mw3 said:
Got a nice big delivery from Carl at Force Racing today.


nala56

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Seems to be combination of type 4, and type 7, because of the big terminal on the side with the capital B at side of it, dose this terminal go to the solenoid / battery

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yep the big M6 B tag is the charge output ot the battery.

bottom connectorn on the plug goes to the light, middle one to switched live, top one not connected.

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Joe, do you have a photo of your tool?



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Mine is 3 pin, the photo is a bit blured, did put it in the search, but came up with nothing


On 12th Jan, 2012 mw3 said:
Im sure ive seen a topic on these denso alternators before on here. might be worth a look.

I got the three pin plug and alternator from maynard, i found these on ebay and rang them directly and it was 10 quid for the plug. You dont need the plug you can use a narrow push on female blade connector.

It looks like your plug has only got two pins in it? This is easy if so, the middle pin in the plug body goes to a switched ignition supply, the outer one goes to the ignition warning light (i dont use this one, as my digidash brings up the lamp on low voltage).
If your plug has 3 pins find out which outer pin goes to the warning light by trail and error. Ive left the other disconnected.

Connect the big stud to the starter motor live feed with some 6mm sq cable and connect it with yellow crimps.

Heres the only picture ive got of mine



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Thanks all thats magic, think I can sort it now.. Alan

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Ive typed Maynard into the search on ebay but not comming up with anything got any more info on that..

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Give them a ring mate, great service for me. Sent it out and i got it the next day.

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Got a nice big delivery from Carl at Force Racing today.


nala56

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Thanks Matt, will do..

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Just search for Alternator on here and lots of info will come up.

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I've used 25mm cable from the starter to the alternate. is that too big?

On 11th Feb, 2015 robert said:
i tried putting soap on it , and heating it to brown , then slathered my new lube on it

*hehe!*


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thats good for 100 amp

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