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    Quote Originally Posted by gled49 View Post
    Veleo with internal regulator for a driver. I gave up on rebuilds with lousy external regulators. Show car are a different matter.
    I did same as Gordon, I did have to machine the inside of th fan for the larger 85amp Valeo alternator, (new). I don't like being stranded with electrical problems. That why I got rid of my Jag.
    David

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    The ground wire to the engine from the alternator must also be in good shape. And --you probably know this-- but don't connect the brown wire from the engine harness to a new-style alternator with integrated regulator. These only need +, ground, and the blue control wire. Leave the W connector on the alternator empty.
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