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05-06-2014 12:54:41

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52 8N pos. ground. Which is the correct way to wire round can coil + to dizzy or - to dizzy. 2nd ? new 6V battery same N rebuilt genny, what will the tractor amp meter show if I am getting a charge to fully charged battery and what will it show with lights on running and will it show anything lights on and motor not running?

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05-06-2014 13:00:23

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 Re: N electrical ? in reply to WW2N, 05-06-2014 12:54:41  
positive ground.

points are ground. + from coil to dizzy

oin a net charge system, you should show only about 3-4 amps charge with a full charged battery. same with lamps on.. assuming you don't have more lamps than your genny can keep up with.. lamps on, engine running at good clip, a small positive charge on a charged battery. if you hav emore lamps than genny can keep up with.. it will dip to discharge..

engine off, lamps on.. should show a discharge.

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05-06-2014 13:43:15

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 Re: N electrical ? in reply to soundguy, 05-06-2014 13:00:23  
sg glad you replied to me. Last week I had posted about my rebuilt genny and problems with the guy who did it. Long story short I replied to your reply and failed to word it correctly, after I read what I had sent you I seen where I had mis-spoke. You told me if I did not like your response I did not need to read them. I really do value your help and say Sorry for my poor choice of words and Thanks for your help.

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05-06-2014 13:56:01

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 Re: N electrical ? in reply to WW2N, 05-06-2014 13:43:15  
Post back if you think your ammeter / gen is not reading correct or .. etc.

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05-07-2014 00:18:16

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 Re: N electrical ? in reply to soundguy, 05-06-2014 13:56:01  
Will do.

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