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C6 ls2 alternator wiring help?

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Old 08-18-2009, 12:46 AM   #1
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Default C6 ls2 alternator wiring help?

Alright guys, so i've got this c6 ls2 in my triumph and I need to get the alternator wired (Among other things) to get this car on the road by the end of the week. SO...The alterntor plug has 2 prongs inside it, one F and the other L.

I know one is for the alternator excitor/12v switch and needs an inline resistor. Which one is it, and what's the other prong for?
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