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Steve51
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Without seeing the whole thing, I have no idea how they've wired it up. They did some funny things at Great Dunmow!

Steve. CM1 and NR12

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The red wire is to the battery positive. The night yellow wires a joined to brown wires of the same thickness under the dash and go back to the engine.

The brown and yellow and the other small wires all go to the positive bus on the fuse box.



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So we assume you have two alternators, two ammeters and -  how many batteries? It's still a bit confusing to me, but it's difficult to know without actually seeing where all this fits. What are you trying to achieve? Is there a problem with the set-up, or is it just for your own need to know what the object is? Whatever, it doesn't look in very good condition!  Wink

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Hi Ventura It's likely to be a 100 amp plus solenoid switch what does it ie when you switch on does it click/clunk, what ever it look past its days and if the rest of your wiring is similar suggest you get it replaced you don't say if you have one or two engines twin alternators how many and if more than two banks, you say the wires go to the dash what/where are they connected to, need more info. John

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Hi There

Based on the replies (Thanks) I think Steve51 has correctly identified the part as a Lucas split charging system.

I was just tryig to identify it. Im going to replace it based on the other peoples observations...Thnaks again.

Ventura

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Vintage-Lucas-Split-Charge-System-4BD-Blocking-Diode-Land-Rover-Etc-/352692821321

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