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Ford 9N, 2N & 8N Discussion Forum
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6 volt wiring

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Foresttracker

12-10-2010 15:00:08
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Need help with a 6 volt NAA. I disconnected the battery and also 1 small wire I think which feeds the positive side of the ignition and coil? I reconnected things and no spark. Is this a positive ground system? I connected the battery both ways and still no spark. It ran before I got my paws into it so I am sure it is something minor. Nothing else was messed with. I have much faith in the experts on this forum to
get me runnin again.

Thanking you in advance,
Foresttracker

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JMOR

12-11-2010 12:20:41
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 Re: 6 volt wiring in reply to Gaspump, 12-10-2010 15:00:08  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeSent you e-mail, but FYI, these and several more are available at the location below, under Electrical, Wiring Pictograms, JMOR.

Just remove the *.

http://www.nt*ractorc*lub.com/howtos/howtos.htm



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JMOR

12-10-2010 19:08:39
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 Re: 6 volt wiring in reply to Den N Ms, 12-10-2010 15:00:08  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeClose, but not the same. Try this:

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Scott Haskell

12-11-2010 12:08:46
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 Re: 6 volt wiring in reply to JMOR, 12-10-2010 19:08:39  
JMOR,

Would you send me a copy of these three wiring diagrams via my e mail address.

Thank you ..... Scott



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Foresttracker

12-10-2010 17:50:52
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 Re: 6 volt wiring in reply to Foresttracker, 12-10-2010 15:00:08  
Thank You!!! Shes Runnin!!!!! I also cleaned the points and changed the condenser. Purrs like a kitten!!!!



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JMOR

12-10-2010 16:22:29
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 Re: 6 volt wiring in reply to Don Zinz, 12-10-2010 15:00:08  
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Surely.



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Foresttracker

12-10-2010 15:41:07
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 Re: 6 volt wiring in reply to Foresttracker, 12-10-2010 15:00:08  
I need to know where does the small wire go? To the positive or negative side of the battery? I guess the positive battery side goes to ground. Where does the small wire go to that feeds the ignition, positive or negative?



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Foresttracker

12-10-2010 15:34:41
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 Re: 6 volt wiring in reply to Foresttracker, 12-10-2010 15:00:08  
That diagram is nice but I don't see battery connections. That is all I disconnected.



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soundguy

12-10-2010 17:14:08
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 Re: 6 volt wiring in reply to Foresttracker, 12-10-2010 15:34:41  
yikes!



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soundguy

12-10-2010 15:08:00
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 Re: 6 volt wiring in reply to Foresttracker, 12-10-2010 15:00:08  
positive ground.

thus positive side of the ignition circuit switch is actually where the points mount to the breaker plate.

at this point you will need to run all your wires and refer to your wire diagram or electrical schematic to see what you have going where, and what is missing.

next time, lable wires if you are going to randomly remove them.

here's a hint. ignition switch should have an incoming and outgoing wire. outgoing wire goes to coil...

a test lamp or vom will help you trace where you have and where you lost power.

what you got?

soundguy

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JMOR

12-10-2010 15:07:37
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Clem Smith

12-10-2010 19:03:27
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 Re: 6 volt wiring in reply to JMOR, 12-10-2010 15:07:37  
Nice. Does this diagram also apply to 1952 8N with 6v + ground system or do you have a similar one that does?



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