Thanks that's really good advice... however, I have ONE other problem, on the wiring diagram it shows the wire from the starter being connected to "B+" which is the terminal closest to the fan housing, with "D+" being closer to the belt... well not so on my alternator it's a Bosch AL82N and the terminals are identified opposite... so do I go by the wiring diagram and hook the wire from the starter to the rear terminal which in my case would be the "D+" or connect it to the "B+" which is closer to the belt? <BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by vicsvw:
<B>We would strongly recommend the buzzer as many a buggy motor has been shot because some one didn't notice the light. After about 60 seconds you will here the buzzer over 2 or 3 open ex. We always ran buzzer and light because some people would put a buzzer on a push button and when running side by side you couldn't tell if it was yours are the car besides you. Once you let up you knew you been had. See ->> http://1800vw.bizhosting.com/buzzer_warning_7_95.html
these are pretty loud but about any buzzer will work. Vic.
Good seat belts w/shoulder straps, good gas tank and mounting with one way cap and the battery mounted down metal to metal. Are all must have on a buggy</B><HR></BLOCKQUOTE>