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Old 11-06-2017, 05:04 PM   #2
Tom Petroff
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Your on the right track.
# 4 wire charges the battery when running and discharges when not running.
#10 Wire supplies power to the truck via the #4 through the regulator.

The Amp meter on early models is wired parallel to the regulator via #8 & 9 wire.
The Volt meter on later models is tapped off of the #10 wire through Ign.
Switch.

Not sure if I helped but I tried.
Tom
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