Stock bravo blew headlight and tail light.

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I'm not sure but maybe I bought this as a six volt regulator. I'm uncertain but want to add a voltage regulator so as not go through another cev 6 volt headlight.

1. Anybody recognize this

2. Anybody with an idea which lead is which ??

Re: Stock bravo blew headlight and tail light.

todd amundson /
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Re: Stock bravo blew headlight and tail light.

Marc Friedman /

Thanks Todd. A couple of questions. 1. The yellow wire I assume is the the hot wire to lighting. Is it ac or DC ?

2. The wire that goes to the positive of the battery...is it any particular voltage ie six volt vs 12 v battery.

3. Can u skip the yellow output and run DC off the battery??

4 is this a six volt thing or any low voltage u choose to hook up?

Re: Stock bravo blew headlight and tail light.

Marc Friedman /

Anyway I ordered a six volt lead acid battery and will hook it up Todd's way and measure what comes out. Thanks again Todd.

Re: Stock bravo blew headlight and tail light.

On the bravo the battery and rectifier has nothing to do with the head/tail light. It's only for the turn signals. You probably blew one light which caused the other to blow.

Re: Stock bravo blew headlight and tail light.

Marc Friedman /

@ Stephen ...my bravo doesn't have turn signals or a battery. It's a two coil not a three coil build. So the battery I would add is not part of turn signal , it's what this reg/rectifier requires if Todd has it right. I'll post what it does and doesn't do when I get it and hook it up. The trail tech five wire for 12 v likewise requires a battery as an election sink.

Re: Stock bravo blew headlight and tail light.

> Marc Friedman Wrote:

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> @ Stephen ...my bravo doesn't have turn signals or a battery. It's a two

> coil not a three coil build. So the battery I would add is not part of

> turn signal , it's what this reg/rectifier requires if Todd has it

> right. I'll post what it does and doesn't do when I get it and hook it

> up. The trail tech five wire for 12 v likewise requires a battery as an

> election sink.

Got ya

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