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1953 golden jubilee wiring

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ken hunter

01-01-2010 04:24:45
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need help with the wiring for a 53 ford golden jubilee. i need a good wiring diagram of the whole electrial system. also need to know how the head light clips lock in place to hold the lights. thanks ken hunter




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JMOR

01-09-2010 00:46:44
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 Re: 1953 golden jubilee wiring in reply to Fred Davis, 01-01-2010 04:24:45  

ken hunter said: (quoted from post at 09:09:10 01/08/10) the generator is a delco 2 terminal one wire field and one armature the case is ground. the generator and starter shop here told me some are 2 and some others are 3 terminal it will still work out ok for me.i thought i had the wrong generator thanks ken
Rather than a stud terminal, some Delco units had a tapped hole in the barrel for a screw to attach a ground wire.

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JMOR

01-03-2010 09:48:49
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 Re: 1953 golden jubilee wiring in reply to Ecnerwal, 01-01-2010 04:24:45  

ken hunter said: (quoted from post at 10:56:40 01/03/10) i dont know if i have the right generator the ford dealer told me it is but i have only 2 terminals f and g there is no terminal on the back for terminal a to the voltage regulator how does that work im lost now
Ken, it can not work without an ARM terminal, as that is the generator's output. NOW, if you really only have 2 terminals, they are very likely FIELD and ARMATURE, without a Ground terminal (rely on mounting bolts). What that says to me is the it is not the factory original generator for your tractor. Now, that doesn't mean it can't be made to work, but for most of us to provide assistance we need to know what the generator is. Any numbers, ID, photos, etc. may be helpful, or if you can find a 'real' generator repair shop (that isn't Auto Zone, O'Really's, CarQuest, etc.) they might ID it for you & even tell you if it works, & what specific regulator you need to use with it.

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ken hunter

01-08-2010 05:09:10
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 Re: 1953 golden jubilee wiring in reply to JMOR, 01-03-2010 09:48:49  
the generator is a delco 2 terminal one wire field and one armature the case is ground. the generator and starter shop here told me some are 2 and some others are 3 terminal it will still work out ok for me.i thought i had the wrong generator thanks ken



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ken hunter

01-04-2010 03:06:22
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 Re: 1953 golden jubilee wiring in reply to JMOR, 01-03-2010 09:48:49  
i think you are right i have a generator shop in town been their before. ill take the generator case with me today and have them look at it again ill let you know what happen when i get back



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JMOR

01-01-2010 09:02:00
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 Re: 1953 golden jubilee wiring in reply to Stephen Atkins, 01-01-2010 04:24:45  

petra79 said: (quoted from post at 11:25:40 01/01/10) If the dealer said you have the correct gen. maybe ask them for a copy of their diagram.
Three terminals, like this:



AND this color:

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petra79

01-01-2010 07:25:40
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 Re: 1953 golden jubilee wiring in reply to tom tractor 2, 01-01-2010 04:24:45  
If the dealer said you have the correct gen. maybe ask them for a copy of their diagram.
This post was edited by petra79 at 07:26:17 01/01/10.



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Web Dawg

01-01-2010 06:00:51
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 Re: 1953 golden jubilee wiring in reply to ken hunter, 01-01-2010 04:24:45  

6v



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ken hunter

01-01-2010 06:29:57
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 Re: 1953 golden jubilee wiring in reply to Web Dawg, 01-01-2010 06:00:51  
i have a two wire generator f and g where does the a wire go from the regulator to the generator.the ford dealer told me i have the right generator for this tractor.



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awhtx

01-01-2010 07:12:10
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 Re: 1953 golden jubilee wiring in reply to ken hunter, 01-01-2010 06:29:57  
There should be a larger stud on the rear endplate of the gen marked A for Armature. A large wire runs from this stud to the Armature terminal on the regulator. The wire on the small stud marked F goes to the Field terminal on the regulator. The wire on the small stud marked G goes to one of the hold down screws that attaches the regulator to the steering column for a Ground.



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Web Dawg

01-01-2010 07:09:59
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 Re: 1953 golden jubilee wiring in reply to ken hunter, 01-01-2010 06:29:57  

These 6v and 12 v systems are all I can find.



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ken hunter

01-03-2010 06:56:40
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 Re: 1953 golden jubilee wiring in reply to Web Dawg, 01-01-2010 07:09:59  
i dont know if i have the right generator the ford dealer told me it is but i have only 2 terminals f and g there is no terminal on the back for terminal a to the voltage regulator how does that work im lost now



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