Well, I went out to the property where I keep the TO-30 this weekend. It was about 102F here, so it was good and hot. I check the wiring, and yes, the wire from Prong 2 does go over to the BATT connection, and the Prong 1 runs back to an ignition post (the same one that the coil is attached to).
I got sidetracked on another maintenance item (see my new post), but I will re-wire the main alternator line to the Amp gauge and let you know how it goes. Thanks for your help.
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