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  1. #1
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    Default Stator wiring help?

    When pulling the motor from my 1994 750SS I did something stupid, and cut the wires going to the stator in front of the existing splice point. It was not until I read a howto engine swap page that I saw what I did wrong. As I suspect some of you know there are 2 brown wires. Which one goes to where?

    Thanks Ike

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    Default Re: Stator wiring help?

    Without the wiring diagram here in front of me nor that engine, I would think that the two same colored wires are the charging side and will lead to your reg/rect ***'y. Trace the boat side browns to the reg/rect.

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    Default Re: Stator wiring help?

    I have a wiring diagram that shows that both brown wires (along with one black one) go to the regulator/rectifier, but one splits off inside the Electrical box goes through a diode then to the fuel level indicator. The problem is the diagram does not show where each of these connect to where on the stator/magneto. I can trace which one splits off to the fuel level indicator, but not where that wire should connect on the stator end.

    Ike

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    Default Re: Stator wiring help?

    It should not matter which wire goes where. they both run the same amount of current

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    Default Re: Stator wiring help?

    Dankbud is right, it's AC voltage until it gets rectified so won't matter which way they're connected.

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