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D10 battery HELP!!

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06-07-2014 14:20:41

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Bought a d10 awhile back and finally got it home. Previous owner removed battery and couldn't remember whether it was 6v or 12v. Service manual that I bought from Tractor Supply says tractor could be either depending on year made. Does anyone know how to determine if this thing is 6v or 12v? It still has the gen/volt regulator, so it has not been converted to alternator. Also, is it positive or negative ground? Cables are generic affair that could go on either post, since previous owner spread the connectors wide open to remove battery. Where is seriel number to determine what year made? Thanks!

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06-08-2014 13:09:17

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 Re: D10 battery HELP!! in reply to hazmt, 06-07-2014 14:20:41  
Thanks for the quick responses. This gives me somewhere to start...

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06-07-2014 17:28:12

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 Re: D10 battery HELP!! in reply to hazmt, 06-07-2014 14:20:41  
Serial # is located on the torque tube, carborator side of engine, where the motor meets the torque tube. Might have to pull the oil bath air cleaner off, to see it. Engine # is the forward of 2 numbers stamped in close proximity. Serial # is the reward of the 2. Also, if it has a generator, look at the tag on it, should have the voltage noted, if it is OEM stye Delco. If it has an alternator, it is definitely a 12 volt...

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06-07-2014 16:34:36

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 Re: D10 battery HELP!! in reply to hazmt, 06-07-2014 14:20:41  
D10's up to serial number 3501 were 6 volts. After that 12 volt positive ground. Generator 6v Delco Remy 1100025
Generator 12v Delco Remy 1100305
With a tractor as old as a D10 a lot could have been changed out.

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06-07-2014 15:45:58

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 Re: D10 battery HELP!! in reply to hazmt, 06-07-2014 14:20:41  
check if there is a model number on the voltage regulator, or pull a light bulb and check the voltage marking........ tractor don't care if its pos or neg ground, just the amp meter will read backward. Should change polarity on ignition coil, but not a big deal....... is the coil stamped for 12 v ?

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