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Old 12-20-2006, 04:56 AM   #1
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Extra converter wire?

1977/31 AS I am replacing the converter. It may be the original (TU 775 Triad-Ultrad). The existing converter has the Pos. and neg. #6 wires. It also has and extra #12 wire. It is Pos. and the same voltage as the #6 Pos wire lead. It runs to the left buss bar near where the fusses for the blinker/brake/tail lights are located. Any one know what this is?
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