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After a year of getting my garage straightened out, I'm finally restoring and rewiring my 78 D250. You guys were very helpful in getting a lot or research material. I've looked through all the manuals for the D250 and only found wiring schematics/diagrams with a generator and separate regulator. I need the schematic for the D250 with an Alternator with built in voltage regulator. Any help would be greatly appreciated. 

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Thank you 953 nut! That will help but do you know if there is one out there with the wire sizes and colors? I'm not trying to be picky I'm just not very experienced with electrical schematics.              

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:twocents-02cents:  I don't own a D-250, but I have always used # 10 stranded wire for alternators on my street rods and they have 100 amp units.

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I'm rewiring the whole tractor which is why a more detailed wiring diagram is needed. I'm sure most of it is the same on models with an alternator or a generator except for the charging system.

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Several schematics that could be used. Alternator wiring is pretty basic.  It just depends on what alternator you wish to use. Ford, Chevy, Ricer?



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