i meant where does it go on the STOCK harness, where does it run TO from the STOCK SPADE plug....i do not have a white wire like that anywhere in the engine bay, im trying to find it!!!
and to answer your question, im only running a crane ignition box, no underdrive pulleys, battery is NOT in the trunk, and i spin it to 6k
-Stock, the white wire goes from the the center of the ASI connector, to the other 2G connector (larger rectangular connector, that has the 2 black and orange wires). The white wire, whether on a 3G or stock 2G is only an external stator circuit that loops from one connector to another.. it doesn't go into the harness, except about 3 inches, long enough to make a loop to go back to the alternator.
(see the very first picture you posted in this topic >> The white wire goes from the big connector on the left, to the center of the smaller connector on the right.
-Stock, the yellow wire goes from the ASI connector, to a 12v source down stream, used as a volt sensing circuit.
-Stock, the green wire runs through gauge. It acts as volt meter signal and is also the alternator turn on wire (ignition switched hot)
Stock the black with orange wires "V" into one wire and go to the solenoid switch, on your strut tower. This is also the same circuit the head lights are on, so it needs to stay hooked up at the solenoid, even if you upgrade the charge wire.
From the information you posted, your alternator's hooked up correctly. You didn't mention if you ran a 4 gauge wire from battery positive (battery side of solenoid switch) to the charge post (stud and nut on back of alt).
I suspect your charging issues are due to insufficient charge wire/ground.
Or a failing alternator.