I'm finishing up the wiring on my '77 XS360 and the last thing I'm stuck on is wiring up the 2 regulator wires. I have a new 7 wire rectifier/regulator combo. The rectifier wiring is fine, 3 whites from the stator, red to power and black to ground.
The issue I'm having is the wiring on the 2 regulator wires. The green from the harness goes to green(I assume) and then theres a brown wire.
On the stock harness, the brown wire only appears at the plug to the regulator and from the regulator, it branches off throughout the harness connecting to various circuits, mostly turn signals, brake switch and horn, etc.
Does anyone have any experience with this? I'm wondering if I can just run brown from the regulator to a random circuit in the m/unit or maybe to the AUX port? Doesn't it just need to keep an eye on voltage so that it can compensate for a loss or spike in voltage? If this is super confusing, I'll try to clear it up. I have wiring diagrams as well as photos of the actual harness if needed. Thanks!