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Wiring diagram for 12 volt conv on Ford 9-N

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08-09-2014 19:01:37

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I have a 2-wire Delco alternator that I installed on a Ford 9-N. I think I have it wired correctly since it charges OK but if someone has a diagram I really would like to double check my wiring.

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08-10-2014 15:22:05

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 Re: Wiring diagram for 12 volt conv on Ford 9-N in reply to gtwist, 08-09-2014 19:01:37  

Here is a diagram I got from Yesterdays tractors years ago.

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08-09-2014 19:10:39

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 Re: Wiring diagram for 12 volt conv on Ford 9-N in reply to gtwist, 08-09-2014 19:01:37  
not sure what all you have or have omitted or replaced.. so here is a basic walkthru..

big charge stud on alt thru ammeter to hot side of battery.

#2 on alt looped to charge stud.

#1 on alt thru a 194 lamp or similar isolation to switched side of key switch ( same side coil is on )

wire feeding key comes off the same side of the ammeter as alternator. so do lamps. nothing on other side of ammeter except connection to battery.

this maintains your net charge / discharge center 0 ammeter.

adjust as needed for presence of ignition resistor and wireing points..

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