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1948jr

11-25-2013 10:35:47
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i need a wire diagram for 1 wire alt. on a to35 with neutral switch




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Inno

11-26-2013 15:52:17
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 Re: still need help in reply to 1948jr, 11-25-2013 10:35:47  
You wouldn't need the VR at all. I guess it wouldn't hurt to leave it in place but disconnect the wires. Are you thinking about looks or functionality?



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Inno

11-25-2013 15:20:45
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 Re: still need help in reply to 1948jr, 11-25-2013 10:35:47  
Sorry, we kind of got your last post off topic. Check here

http://fergusontractors.org/fena/tractor-info/wiring-diagrams

It should be as simple as removing the old generator and it's associated wiring and running a wire from the batt. to the alternator, thru the ammeter (if equipped). If your wiring is orig. there should be a black with yellow striped wire going to the regulator, that is the one that would go to the alternator battery output. If the wiring is not orig. it would be the wire going to the "B" terminal of the regulator.

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1948jr

11-26-2013 00:06:29
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 Re: still need help in reply to Inno, 11-25-2013 15:20:45  
can u leave the v.r. as is?



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phil(va)

11-26-2013 14:22:35
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 Re: still need help in reply to 1948jr, 11-26-2013 00:06:29  
One wire alt. should have internal v.r.



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