[Healeys] Generator to Alternator conversion - wiring question

Al Malin amalin at mac.com
Fri Sep 8 19:35:45 MDT 2017

I gutted a donor voltage regulator (I saved my original) and made the necessary wiring changes within it. No modification of the existing wiring harness was required.

Al Malin

> On Sep 8, 2017, at 1:18 PM, Bob Simmen <rsimmen at nc.rr.com> wrote:
> With the amount of knowledge in this group, I am hopeful someone will be able to help.
> I am converting from a generator to an alternator an a 67 BJ8, negative ground system.  There should be available a schematic/picture to build a new wire sub-assembly that would simply replace the existing voltage regulator.  This would be without cutting any of the existing car wire harness, plug into the existing spade terminals on the car wire harness, and allow for conversion back to the generator and voltage regulator if needed.
> Thank you in advance.
> Have a great day!
> Bob 
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