Then rewire and remove the control box at a later date.
billwill wrote:You can remove the dynamo control box, but alternatively you can just move one wire from one terminal to another, I forget which, but we detailed it earlier this year. Then it still look original.
Part of the current will then flow through a small portion of the control box, but it will have no significant effect on the function of the alternator.
Strictly speaking you should fit a thicker wire (brown green ?) from your new alternator to the control box and then from there a thicker brown wire to the terminal on the starter solenoid. . That wire is the main feed from all the electrics to and from the battery.
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