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Yes, the two wires on the cutout, one from the generator, the
other, eventually, to the battery via the ammeter.
Under normal operation that cutout, which is a switch, will close
and connect the generator to the battery charging the battery.
When it does, you will see a charge indication on the ammeter.
If you connect those two wires on the cutout together, you are
basically forcing it to act as if it is closed and you should see a
charge indication on your ammeter.
When you shut the tractor off, the cut-out opens, preventing the
generator from draining the battery when its not spinning.
That's why I said not to leave them jumpered together.
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