REPAIR ALTERNATOR, V-BELT PULLEY, AND FAN (Continued)
Use only rosin core solder to solder leads. The use of acid core
solder will corrode connections, resulting in an open circuit and
damage to components.
Protect diodes from heat when soldering by grasping the diode
stem with a needle nose pliers. This will give better heat
dissipation. Heating the diode can damage the diode.
Solder common leads of stator. Match up leads of positive diode assembly, negative diode assembly, trio diode,
and stator as tagged during disassembly. Solder matched leads.
Assemble positive diode assembly, negative diode assembly, and trio diode.
Place insulating sleeve (1) and insulating washer (2) onto negative diode assembly (3).
Assemble trio diode (4) and positive diode assembly (5) using insulator (6) and nut (7). Hand tighten the nut.
Place insulating washer (8) and insulating sleeve (9) onto trio diode (4).
Place insulating washer (10) and insulating sleeve (11) onto positive diode assembly (5).