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couple of glitches...

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s19438

04-05-2014 08:18:33
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on the to-35 after we got it running.

the amp gauge shows a slight discharge even after giving the engine throttle increase.
went from 6v + grd to 12V - grd. 12v generator.

the temp gauge did not show anything until after I turned the key off.

other than those two the engine runs good.

help.

thanks.




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Steve@Advance

04-05-2014 17:19:37
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 Re: couple of glitches... in reply to s19438, 04-05-2014 08:18:33  
The temp gauge should be mechanical, not affected by the electric system. It may have been replaced with an electric one. In either case, sounds like the thermostat may be missing or stuck open.

Might want to check the generator with a volt meter. The voltage should be around 13.5v with the engine idled up. The amp meter could be wired backward.



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s19438

04-06-2014 02:13:18
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 Re: couple of glitches... in reply to Steve@Advance, 04-05-2014 17:19:37  
new thermostat although I did NOT test it before installing it. should have known better.



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maxwell99

04-05-2014 12:38:58
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 Re: couple of glitches... in reply to s19438, 04-05-2014 08:18:33  
I believe my tractors temp gauge is a direct read gauge. Not connected to the electrical system.

When you turn off the key it still reads the temp of the coolant at that time and slowly cools down.

Does your temp cable look like a heavy wire mesh. From gauge to the sending unit which is located up by the thermostat.

Some part of yours is hooked to the electrical system or it would not move when switch is cut off.

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s19438

04-05-2014 14:23:00
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 Re: couple of glitches... in reply to maxwell99, 04-05-2014 12:38:58  
when I ordered this temp gauge I must have goofed cause it is lighted, not the mesh wire but I used it any way.



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maxwell99

04-05-2014 15:19:22
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 Re: couple of glitches... in reply to s19438, 04-05-2014 14:23:00  
It can still be lighted, this will allow you to see the gauge at night. My gauge, you can not read at night.

However, I think the light circuit is separate from the temp sending part of the gauge.



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Richard L

04-05-2014 10:46:14
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 Re: couple of glitches... in reply to s19438, 04-05-2014 08:18:33  
after installing the generator did you polarize it?



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s19438

04-05-2014 11:27:25
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 Re: couple of glitches... in reply to Richard L, 04-05-2014 10:46:14  
no. when I had the genny rebuilt the rebuilder polarized on his bench machine.



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miner09

04-05-2014 10:01:34
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 Re: couple of glitches... in reply to s19438, 04-05-2014 08:18:33  
On amp hot (battery) goes to + . Temp. gauge should be screwed in to top hose housing. Maybe it was just getting warm and after turning engine off it showed temperature.



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s19438

04-05-2014 11:26:23
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 Re: couple of glitches... in reply to miner09, 04-05-2014 10:01:34  
I thought so too but after I shut the engine off I started it back up and the gauge went back down to cold.



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Z-man

04-05-2014 09:32:58
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 Re: couple of glitches... in reply to s19438, 04-05-2014 08:18:33  
if I had to guess something is wired wrong, gauges show pressure or flow of one directions so maybe check the wires



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