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Re: Wd electrical help

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Ed from mason

02-17-2013 02:34:04
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I should have put on here that I am going to keep the WD the original 6 volt system with positive to the ground.




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steve(ill)

02-17-2013 06:56:51
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 Re: Wd electrical help in reply to Ed from mason, 02-17-2013 02:34:04  
Yes, my drawing is generic for a 12 volt. If you use the 6, you dont have a regulator, you have a light switch to set the current charge. I was using the drawing more to show the ignition siwtch, coil and distributor. You also might have a positive ground instead of negative, then reverse the terminals on the coil.



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steve(ill)

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 Re: Wd electrical help in reply to steve(ill), 02-17-2013 06:56:51  
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 Re: Wd electrical help in reply to steve(ill), 02-17-2013 06:59:32  
I don't mean to highjack this post but my WD-45 wasn't charging (6v) so I grounded the F terminal and it works but it charges on high all the time now. Is it going to hurt anything until I get light switch and console cleaned up and grounded? I don't use it much and not very long when I do.



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 Re: Wd electrical help in reply to mdm1, 02-17-2013 10:54:07  
Grounding the F terminal will make it charge full out. Remember the generator is only 20 amps so it will not hurt for a short period of time. Another thing you can do is put an aligator clip on the end of the ground wire and clip it to the "F" terminal for 15-20 minutes each day when you are running it. Kind of like putting it on a battery charger. If you only run it an hour a week, it dont make much difference. Dont run with it connected for 4-8 hours constant.

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