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Title: How to Wire an Internally Regulated Alternator (Delco type CS130 series)
Post by: drew on November 23, 2009, 05:17:46 PM
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[h=1]How to wire the internally Regulated GM Delco-Remy Alternator. Delco-Remy CS-130 Internally Regulated Alternator Wiring Diagram GM CS130 Series Internal Regulated Alternator Wiring[/h]

Wiring instructions for the GM Delco Remy internal regulated cs130 alternator. How to wire a GM cs130 alternator. The GM Delco-Remy cs130 alternator was used on GM vehicles from about 1986-1996. 1995 -1998 was a transitional period for the cs-130. Between those years you may have the CS-130 or the CS-130D alternator. The wiring hookup is the same for the CS-130 and CS-130D alternators. On both the CS-130 and CS-130D alternators must have a resisted ignition wire to the "L" terminal. Resistance can be obtained thru use af a resistor or you can use the no charge light as the resistor, the light bulb will supply proper resistance. Caution: if you connect a full 12 volts to the "L" terminal without the resistor it will cause the voltage regulator to fail

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