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Connections at voltage regulator
#795061 01/07/20 10:49 am
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Hi all,

Can anyone advise what style of bullet terminal is required for the mechanical voltage regulators (as found on m20 etc)?

Thanks,

Luke

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Re: Connections at voltage regulator
Howley #795067 01/07/20 12:32 pm
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I think I've found the answer to my own question inside the headlight. The correct style appears to be this:
[Linked Image from autoelectricsupplies.co.uk]
Used thus
[Linked Image from autoelectricsupplies.co.uk]

These fit the regulator and dynamo terminals, as well as the earth inside the headlight bucket..

Hopefully this helps someone else.

Luke

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Re: Connections at voltage regulator
Howley #795095 01/07/20 8:41 pm
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Luke, the usual ones are split sleeves. The one shown is mostly used for earth connections and maybe a bit harder to find than the split type.

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