Hello, I think I did something stupid, please help me figure it out. I have a 69' that wouldn't start recently due to a dead 3 month old battery. I replaced the battery and it died again. I had it jumped, guy told me it was probably the alternator since it was reading low 12v. I removed the delco alternator (I think 10si) and got a replacement (12si?). The 10si seemed to test OK but the guy thought the brushes could potentially be equivocal so I bought a new one anyway. Upon closer inspection of the engine bay I noticed some worn wire insulation that could have been shorting out so I taped and sealed all of them and replaced the alternator. It fired up and I let it run for a bit but the belt tension was low so I removed the alternator again and adjusted things. I think I may have plugged something in incorrectly absentmindedly somewhere in there because when I went to re-start it I just got a brief click and then nothing. I went back and unplugged everything and plugged it all back in. I was very tired, but I think I may have plugged one wire from the orphan motorola regulator still attached to the fender into the #2 alternator prong (that should have been the battery/starter or ignition wire?) and the green (starter or ignition?) wire into prong 1. At this point I don't know what I did, I think I plugged everything in correct again, but I don't get anything from the ignition. I am an idiot for not taking photos of all the connections and double checking what I was doing but I thought I still had some old photos that were apparently deleted or lost. Anyway - why nothing from ignition? Did I wire wrong again or did I fry something? Any help is much appreciated.