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12 volt Jubilee polarizing

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12-12-2013 12:21:59

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Ok, after all the good comments I have received in the past and reading others' posts, I have decided to put a new NAA wiring harness on my 53 Jubilee, add a new 12 volt coil and a new 12 volt regulator. Unless I am wrong, the 6 volt solenoid will work for 12 volt, so I am not replacing it. I am also not replacing the starter. I will also keep my system as a Negative ground. I have been using a 12 volt negative ground system with a Petronix Electronic Ignition module for some time. Tractor runs great....just not charging. The 12 volt generator I put on my tractor is a C4NN10002B part number which I am assuming is a B circuit type. I don't want to fry my new Voltage Regulator, so please tell me the correct method of polarizing. Long post for a (I hope) simple answer. I am hoping Soundguy will see this and straighten me out once and for all but all comments are appreciated.

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Patrick Potter

12-12-2013 14:43:43

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 Re: 12 volt Jubilee polarizing in reply to hclark-iowa, 12-12-2013 12:21:59  
I thank you also soundguy for the photo


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12-12-2013 17:52:16

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 Re: 12 volt Jubilee polarizing in reply to Patrick Potter, 12-12-2013 14:43:43  
i got one posted somewhere.. but that one don't look like mine.

says the same thing though.. :)

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12-12-2013 13:14:12

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 Re: 12 volt Jubilee polarizing in reply to hclark-iowa, 12-12-2013 12:21:59  
you don't polarize the reg.. but rather the genny.

I'd opt to motor test it... slip belt off.. jump bat to armature and field.

it should spin.. if it does.. it -should- charge.. though I have seen rare cases of field problems with gens that will motor but not charge.

now.. if it passes the otor twst you are good to go.. as you just polarized it too. .. 2 birds with one stone..

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12-12-2013 12:31:55

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 Re: 12 volt Jubilee polarizing in reply to hclark-iowa, 12-12-2013 12:21:59  
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Just follow the instructions for whichever you have & it appears that is B-ckt.


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12-12-2013 14:03:03

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 Re: 12 volt Jubilee polarizing in reply to JMOR, 12-12-2013 12:31:55  
thanks for the photo !!!

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12-12-2013 14:16:04

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 Re: 12 volt Jubilee polarizing in reply to s19438, 12-12-2013 14:03:03  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeYou are welcome.

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