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65 Alternator Wiring Question

I have a 65 Econoline pickup with the 240 and C4 auto. There are two yellow wires coming off of the "A" terminal of the voltage regulator. One goes to the starter relay. Where does the other one go? Mine has been cut off.

In my wiring chart, it is wire # 152A.

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One of those wires is for radio noise suppression and is not essential.
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One of those wires is for radio noise suppression and is not essential.
Thanks. My wiring diagram looks like it is indicating a deadend connector, but I cannot decipher the emblem. But this makes sense.

The new reproduction Mustang harness that I bought has a connector.
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