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Old 17 Aug 2014, 12:38 pm
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Hi, Ok update, as I don't seem to being getting anywhere and I
am still have trouble getting this car to charge. Don't forget I'm in the UK. So I think maybe these colour coded diagrams could be wrong as they do not show up in my wiring loom. The other thing was when I purchased the alternator the guy told me some have 3 wires and some have two. I am truly stumped from your diagram I seem to have a wire missing, but I cant find it any where. Could you please advice. The wires I have are Black from starter motor continual live, and light blue. There is juice coming down to the black wire 12.59V. When I disconnect the blue wire and switch on ignition I have 8 volts coming from it. Immediately on start up attached or disconnected it drops to 0.09Volts.I don't have the specs on the car so I don't know what voltage should be coming down this blue wire, if any. Any advice would be truly appreciated.


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Old 17 Aug 2014, 02:43 pm
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...when I purchased the alternator the guy told me some have 3 wires and some have two. ...
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Kevin
I cannot help with diagnostics, only schematics.
Three wires from generator (see below):


"A" goes to the starter motor and has an inline fusible link.
"B" goes to the PDC auto-shutdown relay.
LB/Wt wire runs from alternator to the PCM.
Note in the diagram, the computer wants info from the battery temperature sensor.
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