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Old 27-10-2014, 12:12   #1
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Yanmar 54 ps, year 2009 altornator

Can anyone tell me how to connect the positive wires? It seems that the positive output from the altornator is conncted to the starter and from there to the starterbattery with a circuitbreaker between. Is that right?

I want to connect a Sterling A2B charger. It should be very easy, positive output from altornator to a2b and from a2b to battery. So do i disconnect the wire between alternator and starter and connect the wire from a2b on the alternator instead?

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