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Have another update, I tried a few things...
Polarizing, no real improvement.
Cleaning up the switch box and getting a good ground to the light switch - This got me from 6.2 volts to 6.5 volts on "H" setting, still discharge and less than 6 volts with lights on "D" or "H".
"Snapped" the brushes while it was running (pulled them away from the aramture and let them snap back, not sure if this is a good thing or not, but thought I'd try it) - This helped the most so far, got me up to 7.2 on "H", about 6.2 on "D", and about 5.8 and slight discharge on ammeter withthe lights on "B".
I would imagine I should replace the brushes, is there anythng I can do to clean the armature?
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