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I'm not sure what you're doing ...
Are you wanting to replace the OEM 120A Alternator fuse / cube with a 200A version of the same thing?
I'm not sure that's a bright idea. Your Tail Relay is un-fused 'downstream' of the ALT fuse.
Unless I'm missing something, I'd think you'd be better off backing up and wiring things the way you've now learned is the recommended way.
What color OEM wire ties into the 'dead' third wire on your alternator plug? The red and white OEM wires are coming directly from fuses, so they should be 'hot'.
The yellow wire (the one I suspect is 'dead') is the line from the charging indicator lamp in the dash. This wire comes *from* the charge warning lamp to the alternator. It's supposed to ground through the generator itself (presumably the generator mount).
Does the charge warning lamp (dash) go out when you disconnect the 3-plug connector? It should.
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