Doug Ruth Posted February 3 Share Posted February 3 View of motor generator showing 3 terminals, but only 2 of which are shown in the shop manual. See photograph attached. My previous question about the terminal 2 connection was answered correctly in that it makes the motor slow down so as to engage the gears better but is also is needed for the generator to work when the car is running. However, with it disconnected the starter goes a lot faster and makes it easier to start the engine but then it has to be re-connected to keep the battery charged. Am I missing something here? Anyway what is the third terminal for? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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