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Ford 2n Battery Boiling Over HELP!!

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Chadwilli51

05-03-2012 13:39:11
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I have a 47 2N, whenever the tractor gets to temperature, the battery boils over. I have turned the generator to the lowest setting and I have also replaced the solenoid. Any other ideas of whats happening?
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Chad




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JMOR

05-04-2012 12:47:08
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 Re: Ford 2n Battery Boiling Over HELP!! in reply to Big Ed, 05-03-2012 13:39:11  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeUnless it has been modified, 2N shouldn't even have a regulator to smack.



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IOWA NORTHEAST

05-04-2012 11:04:20
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 Re: Ford 2n Battery Boiling Over HELP!! in reply to Chadwilli51, 05-03-2012 13:39:11  
Probably 90 percent of the time....just smack it with a hammer ...(the regulator) has welded itself. It happened alot years ago.



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JMOR

05-04-2012 07:48:46
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 Re: Ford 2n Battery Boiling Over HELP!! in reply to GeneMO, 05-03-2012 13:39:11  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeHas it always done this or it this a "new" occurrence? I.e., have you ever observed it operating properly with the present generator?



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El Toro

05-03-2012 17:33:54
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 Re: Ford 2n Battery Boiling Over HELP!! in reply to Chadwilli51, 05-03-2012 13:39:11  
With the engine at 1/2 throttle or better and using a volt meter what is your charging voltage across the battery terminals? On a 6 volt battery you should see 7.0-7.2 volts. If it's a lot higher you're over charging the battery. Could be the regulator. Hal



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Jon Hagen

05-03-2012 14:38:11
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 Re: Ford 2n Battery Boiling Over HELP!! in reply to Chadwilli51, 05-03-2012 13:39:11  
When the battery is boiling over, what is your ammeter reading with the throttle half open or more ?



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