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- Q:how to wire the alternator for a 77 mustang
- the big black wire is you charging wire should go in the battery side of the starter relay the STA post in the alternator goes to terminal S on the voltage regulator the FLD post goes to terminal F on the voltage regulator and there might be a ground wire next to the FLD post on the voltage regulator wire A+ goes to the battery side of the starter relay and wire I goes to the charging indicator light I'm not sure were the voltage regulator is in a mustang but its a square metal box i think it might be on the radiator support or inner finder
- Q:old appliance with two hot wires and one neutral 220 volts, new wiring, has ground, neutral, and hot?
- How 220v works with 4 wires: (one wire to each) 1 Black wire carries 110v (L1) 1 Red wire carries 110v (L2) 1 White wire acts as a common (neutral) 1 Green wire acts as a ground How 220v works with 3 wires: 1 Black wire carries 110v 1 Red/White wire carries 110v (if you use white flag it with red electrical tape) 1 Green wire acts as a ground/common (Do not actually ground this) If you have 4 wires in the wall, but you are wiring them to a 3 prong receptacle, connect the green wire to the green ground screw on the receptacle or if no ground screw is present, attach this wire to one of the receptacle mounting screws. That way if the common fails, you still have the added protection of a ground. Some wiring installations may use different colored wires, this doesn't change how anything works. If you have any doubts, get a voltage tester and make sure.
- Q:i need someone who knows wires?
- You could try solder. I usually just twist them together and then cover them with electrical tape, although, I guess that's not the proper way.
- Q:Will spliting wire halve voltage?
- No, each will carry 12v. I wouldn't advise physically splitting the wire though - you loose the insulation which is dangerous and you reduce the size of the wire which means that it may not be suitable for high current and could melt.
- Q:stove wiring?
- The new 4 wire receptacle needs a 4 wire circuit. It will have a white, a green or bare for ground, and a black and red for x and y.
- Q:can plug in wall lights be hard wired?
- Hard wired wall lights have to have the ability to be mounted to the electrical box which would house the connections. If you could mount the lights to a box cover and then to the box I think it would work fine.
- Q:Power control wire?
- Control Wire
- Q:help with guitar pickup wiring?
- Are you experienced in this sorta section? i could easily propose that in case you recognize somebody who can try this sorta stuff no difficulty, ask them to take you thru it step via step.. besides the undeniable fact that the mixture sounds good besides the undeniable fact that, I fairly like the sound of that..good success and satisfied enjoying :)
- Q:Wire diagram stereo kia?
- 2000 Kia Sportage Car Audio Installation Instructions Car Radio Constant 12V+ Wire: Light Green Car Radio Ignition Switched 12V+ Wire: Black/Yellow Car Radio Ground Wire: Black Car Radio Illumination Wire: Blue/Yellow Car Radio Dimmer Wire: N/A Car Radio Antenna Trigger Wire: N/A Car Radio Amplifier Trigger Wire: N/A Front Speakers Size: 4″ Speakers Front Speakers Location: Doors Left Front Speaker Wire (+): Green Left Front Speaker Wire (-): Blue/Red Right Front Speaker Wire (+): Light Green/Yellow Right Front Speaker Wire (-): Black/Green Rear Speakers Size: 6 1/2″ Speakers Rear Speakers Location: Side Panels Left Rear Speaker Wire (+): Green/Yellow Left Rear Speaker Wire (-): Blue/Orange Right Rear Speaker Wire (+): Green/White Right Rear Speaker Wire (-): Green/Blue
- Q:Tap and cutting wires?
- The instructions seem pretty straight-forward. T-Taps and squeeze-connectors are basically the same thing; achieving the same results, which is to add a connection to an existing wire without interrupting the line. Just make sure you use the right size and type, meaning; don't use a low-voltage connector for a high-voltage application... You'd just fry it up. For the cut wires, I'd use crimp-connectors and some shrink-wrap. Again, using the correct connector. You can use wire-nuts, but the crimp-connectors are a more permanent fix. Good luck to ya.
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