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Wiring Diagram for a 9n Ford

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Ray White

06-17-2005 15:33:27

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Does anybody know where I can get a wiring diagram for a 1942 9n Ford with a cutout and a resister? I"ve got an IT Manual but its not very good! It covers 9n, 2n and 8n and is not real specific about any one. I"ve got a new amp. meter on it and a guy told me I can"t use it on a negative ground and that it must be like the original which is an inductive type rather than a 2 terminal setup??? Can anyone help?



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( Pic ) Ken N Tx

06-18-2005 06:26:02

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 Re: Wiring Diagram for a 9n Ford in reply to Ray White, 06-17-2005 15:33:27  

Check out Tyler Neff's (remember him?)

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Dell (WA)

06-17-2005 16:13:57

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 Re: Wiring Diagram for a 9n Ford in reply to Ray White, 06-17-2005 15:33:27  
Ray.........always thought the I&T FO-4 9N/2N wiring "pictorial" was a pretty good. You should see some of the missle and aircraft wiring schematics I've had to read. Even my Dodge Cummins Diesel is a SOB and it don't even have sparkies; I'm still looking for my radio dashboard lights wiring. The early frontmount 8N pictorial has the correct wire color codes. Just ignore the 2-terminal roundcan solenoid operated 8N starter and 3-wire genny with 4-wire squarecan voltage regulator. Sparkies and ignition are the same with 2N/9N's.........Dell

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D. R. White MN

06-17-2005 16:02:52

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 Re: Wiring Diagram for a 9n Ford in reply to Ray White, 06-17-2005 15:33:27  
Ray, What Rob said about the amp. meter is right. Below is another wiring diagram. Hope this helps. Dave.

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06-17-2005 15:44:20

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 Re: Wiring Diagram for a 9n Ford in reply to Ray White, 06-17-2005 15:33:27  
Guy gave you a bum steer with that neg ground stuff. You can wire up the post-type meter. Just cut the wire and terminate them on the posts. If it reads backwards then swap the wires on the posts.

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