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Old June 13th, 2013, 10:29 PM   #1
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Default 4 pin ls1 alternator to 2 pin alternator?

I have a 4 pin stock 90amp alternator on my cruiser now. but I have a 2 pin
dr44g 145 alternator on the shelf. anyone know if and which wires to cut and spline a new 2 pin connector on. or will it not even work and needs a 3rd wire.
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They make adapters, so you don't have to cut your harness:

http://www.speartech.com/product_p/altadapter.htm
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Also, you can read a lot of info about it here:

http://ls1tech.com/forums/conversion...or-wiring.html

The 2 wire ones are regulated by the body controller. Without the body controller, they will default to 13.8 volts, and function line a 1 wire.
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