Alternator hook up

Asked by Dec 09, 2015 at 10:15 PM about the 1965 Chevrolet Impala

Question type: Car Customization

Yes question is I have a 1965 Chevy impala with
the 327 eng it have a alternator on it so I up
grade to a 220 an I want to no can I still use my
same wire even though my old alternator have 2
wires coming of it an the new one has 4 how
would I hook this up

4 Answers

May I ask why you want a 220 amp alternator? The battery will charge no more quickly, or are you putting in a high-draw audio system or something? For example my Toyota will only feed 5 amps to the battery regardless. Too fast a charge will not hold and can ruin battery

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Looking for schematics right now. Will get back....

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OK, Yeah I know this is just about impossible to follow. I have been staring until I got cross-eyed at it but see 4 wires. Click for full screen

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Yes I have a 5000watt audio system

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