The charge wire from the alternator can't go to the amp gauge. It has to go the the kill side of the switch. I found the best place to attach that wire is to the positive side of the coil with the ignition "on" wire from the switch. The charge wire also needs a diode in it to stop the current back to the alternator with everything off and running the battery down when stopped. My auto parts house has a plug in for the alternator with the diode already wired in it and a inline terminal on it. About $7.00 and a clean installation. Like others have said, get rid of the starter solenoid...they made a good system more expensive and not at all safe. Irv
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