Stator wiring

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  1. Bad Dax

    Bad Dax New Member

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    I recently purchased a stator rebuild kit from tbparts...but im not sure what wires need to go where, does anyone have a wiring diagram or pictures of where the wires need to go...and what wires need soldering to the condenser....my kit is for a ct70 ko or z50...has three wires on the electrical connector for wiring loom..
     
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  3. allenp42

    allenp42 Active Member

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    The black wire in harness, wire from points, and wire from the Pri Coil all get soldered to the condenser. The yellow and green wires from the lighting coil go directly to the stator plug.
     

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    Pics;
     

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  6. Bad Dax

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    Thanks everyone for your help, the job's done...i just have this little sachet of grease left...does it go on the felt piece on the condensor?
     
  7. Tripod

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    These pics really help out. I know for me, I just replaced the parts in the same manner as I had found them. I had no idea if it was right or not, and who know's how many people have been in there.

    A factory condenser has two prongs. One is longer than the other. Is that so you can clamp down on the fat wires with the longer one and then solder the bare wire to the short one??
     
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    I used the longer prong as a strain relief over the wire insulation and soldered to the short one.
     
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    Correct

    This method has two big advantages: less heat getting into the condenser and far less work if you ever need to desolder & replace this one.
     

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