Thank you!! Good Morning!!
Thank you Mr. Dwyer, Mr. Hutchins and Jauch for the clarification and different explanations.
sorry I just responded, just got back home.
I amazed that you guys answered so fast!!!
I thought it would a couple of days for a response. Bless you guys!!!
Mr. Dwerer yes the batt light has a resistor, and yes it has a lot of slack to pull it out. But when I was going to reinstall it I forgot to turn the ignition key off… Rookie mistake
I checked thin wire behind the alternator and no voltage in going to the alternator (excite wire) …
No 12v + power coming to any other warning lights. Only ones that are working are the high beam and the hazard light when activated.
So I followed Mr. Hutchins advice and rev the engine and it did self excite !!!
All the warning lights started working again!! ( I triggered them one by one )
But when I turn the engine off and restart it no charge from the alternator and no warning lamps work…
I rev it and everything comes back to normal…
I discovered that another way that it works is that when I start the engine, and I jump 12v + to the positive side of the batt warning light… and presto… it works…
So it seems that I need to find where there is an open circuit between the warning lamp and Im guessing the ignition switch… Can it be the diode or resister on the back of the warning light panel?
I attached a picture for better clarity… will keep poking at it and download that pdf of the S57 wiring guide…
Thank you all for your support, you shined a light and there is hope… I had already bought the alternator and the an external regulator as per Autozone specs …
Let me know if you have any other awesome suggestion.
Have a Blessed day guys!