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Alternator wiring color code for 97 suzuki marauder 800

I had 3 wires that burned in too and my battery isn't charging now.need to know what color code is to put wires back in proper place

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SOURCE: stereo wireing color codes for 2004 suzuki forenza

you are a ******* idiot you+this answer= you are ******* stupid we don't want to know what our best bet is you damn inbred **** we want color codes!!!!! God you are dumb what color means what its like putting the caps back on the right markers in your coloring box with your little books that you cant even color inside the lines cause you are so stupid!!!!!!

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SOURCE: Chevy G20 1985 wiring (charging problem)

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SOURCE: Suzuki swift alternator wiring pictures, battery

get new brushes for the alternator

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SOURCE: dodge neon 2002. My alternator is not charging,

wires run direct to alternator from battery ,test big lead for a permanant 12v supplyon the back of the alternator if you have one then the problem is either the brushes worn out or the commutator worn through.or the regulator either way its a recon unit as parts are not sold seperate anymore as not many dealer mechanics know how to repair anything and the spares shops make more profit on a unit than parts so they do not sell spares to stop people like me and you from doing our own repairs

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SOURCE: How to wire up 1975 Ford Courier Alternator w/external regulator?

I just put a new one in and its not charging

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