I recently had the local alternator shop fix up a CS (yes, Chicken S&&&)
as a single wire application for my tractor, and the original plug cavity
was filled with silicone rubber, since those terminals are no longer
You normally just run one wire from the B+ terminal on the alternator to the
terminal (not the solenoid) or to the battery +.
In the tractor application, the rpms are low, the alternator is in open air,
and current requirement is minimum, so maybe the CS will hold up.
So far, so good.
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