Just for testing, Take the connector loose from the alternator bat terminal. Insulate that wire don't let it touch anything, just in case. Use a jumper wire between positive battery post and alternator bat terminal, if the wire starts getting hot, take it loose. Use proper size wire. Don't forget the red wire that connects to that wire also, note diagram. If it works ok, go to the autostore and get a fusible link, place that in jumper wire. Route the jumper properly to get it out of the way. You will have to make a splice at the pigtail that comes from the positive battery post. Then there should be voltage at the alternator bat terminal.
I hope I'm not confusing you, I can show you better than I can tell you. I can't see much from here.
Tuesday, February 7th, 2012 AT 7:53 PM