Maybe you folks didn't understand what I was trying to say...1. Generator is putting out fine..had it checked out at auto electric place...2. Battery is completely charged and stays that way when I do what I said in the first post...3. VR (original to the tractor) charges when I put a load on the unit....ie. turn on the lights. 4. Yes, I flashed the generator to the battery side of the VR.... My question still is why doesn't it charge right after I start the engine ...again...could it be the contact points in the original VR? Bob in VA
Re: '67 MF 135 charging question..... in reply to Bobinva, 08-26-2012 15:08:52
The old type regulators are generally serviceable, even if they look 'sealed'. Common problem is tarnished / burned contacts, even 'New-Old Stock' replacements can have problems from years on the shelf . If you email me direct I can email you a service sheet that may help. (too big to post on here).
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