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08-29-2012 16:20:13

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Good question i got a one wire alt. from ebay once that i could not get working came with brackets belt ever thing but could not get it to work maybe i was doing something wrong then i found out how to wire it with 3 wires and it worked. They install something that's a self exciter that's why it needs to be revved up to charge. Pull off the rubber boot & look for the two tabs if there then yes.

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08-29-2012 18:48:43

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 Re: Follow up to previous responses in reply to Trac, 08-29-2012 16:20:13  
I have the two tabs, but what do I do with them?

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08-30-2012 05:32:52

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 Re: Follow up to previous responses in reply to Charlie, 08-29-2012 18:48:43  
Are the tabs marked 1 and 2? #2 tab goes to the theaded post, #1 tab goes to the key switch the post goes to the + side of the ammeter the - side goes to the key switch but now you need a 3 prong key switch one that has lights or accessory (acc.) so the alt. can be turned off if not the tractor will always run. The alternator will keep putting out power to the distributor.

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