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> Mitsubishi Alternator Wiring Explanation, mitsubishi outlander lancer , etc etc
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post Nov 21 2012, 04:45 PM
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Hi there ,

I have mounted a remote car starter , and the chip "knows" the engine started by getting +12V signal from alternator , otherwise will continue to excite the starter forever. this is the last wire I have to discover and connect to remote car start
I want to know what each wires do on the alternator . There is a hard wire going straight to battery , i know what that is doing.

then I have a 4 spade connectors on the alternator marked as EFNA . E supposed to be earth , F field , N neutral , A active or battery sense .

I need to discover which wire gets +12V ( +11V / +14V ) when engine is running , alternator works . I need to connect this to car remote starter so will know engine started and no need to exicte the starter anymore.

Thanks for future answers
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Hi there ,

I have mounted a remote car starter , and the chip "knows" the engine started by getting +12V signal from alternator , otherwise will continue to excite the starter forever. this is the last wire I have to discover and connect to remote car start
I need to connect this to car remote starter so will know engine started and no need to exicte the starter anymore.

Thanks for future answers



I have found the answer .... it is the WHITE wire !
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