Alternator install

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This is a NoS unit I have going on

See the BROWN hockey puck disc

U are missing yours ????

This is a huge DEaL

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Did you misplace a insulator when you did some rewiring?
Edit .. both those wires, not just the white one need to be insulated.
I've just brought the vehicle, even the original alt did not have an insulator.

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If the b+ main charge wire, the white one I think, has 12v at the ring terminal where it screws to the alt it should hopefully be ok.
 
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Yep it was changed somewhere along the way. Just got it running and charging 13.6 volts. It was the missing insulator that caused the 100 amp fusible link to blow out. Thanks everyone for your help!
 
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Seems like I may have not been so lucky, I'm now having issues with my brakes, the pedal is going hard when pushed, like there's no vacuum to the booster
 

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