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Old 04-03-2020, 06:32 PM
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Tgreese is giving great advice.

From experience, if you're going to re-use a regulator, buy a new one. They make a solid state version that replaces the stock mechanical. The mechanical ones tend to fail (although cheap to replace).

Also, I think the connectors on the solenoid for the NSS are the same as the temp sender connector. You can still get these push-on connectors from Amazon and probably RockAuto if you want to be able to pull them off. A nut and ring connector will work too like you have.

I had issues with that exciter wire so I would trace it right back to the firewall to make sure it's in good shape.

Great thread.
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