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Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeThe alternator output current as on your original diagram would still go into charging the battery, but it does not pass thru the ammeter, so you have no meter indication that it is charging. As is, your ammeter reads ONLY load/drain current, not charging current, where my long red wire corrects that such that ammeter reads EVERYTHING , both into and out of battery. Even though you have your ign sw marked off & start, it appears to be a simple 2 pole on/off switch (off & run), with no 3rd position for start. If that is the case, all that is happening is that key must be on inorder for push to start switch to receive power, which when pushed then powers up the solenoid.
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