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07-09-2013 10:08:59

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Thankshappy for the help.FENA site does not have a one wire. Alt. diagram. One problem i have is there is no wire to the small stud on the solinoid but it still works. Thats why i need a diagram. Thanks.

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07-22-2013 21:35:05

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 Re: wire diagram in reply to steviep, 07-09-2013 10:08:59  
No one mentioned a safety issue. That tractor never came with a solenoid. GET RID OF IT and use the original gear shift style starter switch. They work good and are available on this site.
I HAD a friend who started a modified tractor like yours while standing beside it and he's now in Forest Cemetery. It was in gear. Need I say more?

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07-09-2013 11:05:16

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 Re: wire diagram in reply to steviep, 07-09-2013 10:08:59  
Take the TO-30 12 volt diagram from FENA.

Eliminate the generator and regulator and the 2 wires between generator and regulator.

This leaves the B (Bat) and L (switch Load) wires that were connected to regulator.

B wire goes to big output stud on one wire alternator.

L can either connect with B wire to back of alternator or replace with wire from alternator side of ammeter to switch.

Solenoid wire is a separate issue as changing from generator to alternator should have no effect on starter/cranking circuit.

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