R15100 & R15V00 Connector, Female: ACFC00


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Product Description

The ACFC00 is a female (mating) connector used in many 14V electrical charging systems with 12V Alternators. The Alternator Controller Unit (ACU) or Voltage Regulators that mate with this connector have four flat ¼” blades (Quick Connects), ACFC01-P.

What’s included:

ACFC00 female (mating) connector

Best Practices, Tips, & Techniques

Poor electrical connections cause most of the electrical charging system problems. As a result, A&Ps, FBOs, mechanics and owners chase this problem creating unnecessary expenditure & frustration.

  • Poor electrical connection problems include but are not limited to flickering panel meters, lights, and fluctuating bus voltages.
  • Always check for and replace open, frayed, or broken wires
  • Clean thoroughly or replace corroded, dirty, or oxidized connections terminals, contact, or poorly soldered wire junction.
  • Check for voltage-drops across the Field, Alternator Switch, Alternator Circuit Breaker, and Alternator Controller Unit (ACU). High voltage-drops mean excessive junction resistance.
  • Check for an open stator wire or open diode in the Alternator when the Alternator only carries about half its rated output.
  • A Ground shorted Alternator field will damage most Voltage Regulators.
  • Do not connect an ACU, Voltage Regulator to a ground shorted Alternator.

Additional Information

Weight1 lbs
Dimensions11 × 8.5 × 5.5 in

Warranty Policy

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R15100 & R15V00 Connector, Female: ACFC00 - Zeftronics


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General Product

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How To

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