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Old 10-31-2007, 05:32 PM   #11
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on my 98 regal i have the 2wires alt like a grand prix where you can add i 1 amp diode to the orange wires for a voltage boost of half a volts
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Pulling this one back up.

Got an 00 SSEi alternator from JimmyFloyd (thanks Geoff) from a current JY find. This is the 125amp model. It'* been tested and runs like a champ off the 97 connector on the bench testing.

Don there was a ZZP voltage booster found on a GP at the yard during a trip with the Olds105 and Buick104 man'*. Gave it a try and that does bump the voltage as well.

I'll likely change this out in steps to ensure success.
First PS pump, it'* only a bracket. Then the alternator and water pump with the thermostat at the same time.
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Pulling this one back up.

Got an 00 SSEi alternator from JimmyFloyd (thanks Geoff) from a current JY find. This is the 125amp model. It'* been tested and runs like a champ off the 97 connector on the bench testing. On the back on the alternators we have labeling that tells us which wire belongs where. Merely followed that, although the 00'* do have a third wire where the 97'* only have two. This is used for something other than field generation.

Don there was a ZZP voltage booster found on a GP at the yard during a trip with the Olds105 and Buick104 man'*. Gave it a try and that does bump the voltage as well.

I'll likely change this out in steps to ensure success.
First PS pump, it'* only a bracket. Then the alternator and water pump with the thermostat at the same time.
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