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I have no brake light or running lights. I'm assuming all the bulbs are blown.
There is no fuse holder. I'm running a 3 pin Baja regulator:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/VESPA-12V-AC-3-PIN-REGULATOR-VESPA-SUPER-SPRINT-VBB-VNA-VBA-BAJAJ/133277855498?hash=item1f07faaf0a:g:kLIAAOSwYeZdTQH-

The grounds in the 3 and the only other wire positive is in the '3' position.
I replaced Ducati CDI to get it running right.

The bike is a 74 Super with a p200 engine, Battery-less loom.

Can anyone recommend a regulator alternative for this setup. Seems pretty cut and dry with the two pins, Is there any quick fix I could pick up from an auto parts store. Any given 12V AC regulator?

Also is there any benefit to putting a fuse holder in there to avoid this in the future?
Bajaj 3-pin regulator
Bajaj 3-pin regulator
Bajaj 3-pin regulator
Bajaj 3-pin regulator
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63 GL, 76 Super (x2), 74 Primavera (x2), 79 P200, 06 Fly 150
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