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Re: 1960 641 want to go back to starter buton

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It is a 3 wire alternator and newer starter relay smaller with 2 smaller pole one on left facing runs back to keyed switch other one is open. electricial trouble shooting is always been my short suit.the gentleman that i got this from rewirwed this and looks like there is no terminal block only volt reg.where and what type diode should i put in,this safety issue is how people get killed and i have rebuilt and come to far not to get this right but this has been fun and a great rewarding adventure so far just one more cure ball to knock out of park

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11-14-2012 17:36:56

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 Re: 1960 641 want to go back to starter buton in reply to rstokes2, 11-14-2012 07:18:10  
Buy a Ford 8N3679C key switch. Buy a Ford junction block 8NNN1448A. Buy a starter relay that crosses over to Ford 311006. Buy a package of diodes at Radio Shack. Soundguy has posted the correct part number here numerous times.
Get rid of the automotive key switch. Get rid of the voltage regulator- the PO used it as a junction block. The new junction block attaches to the same metal plate on the steering column that the VR is attached to. Get rid of whatever starter relay is on it and replace it with the correct one.
Search this website for wiring diagrams provided by "John in La". He has posted his diagram for the alternator conversion here numerous times.

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