Posted by Ellis Kinney on September 27, 2012 at 14:21:34 from (184.108.40.206):
Please refer to my question from last night about the voltage regulator. I put the new one on the tractor (M). It charges but just barely and the battery is fairly far down. At half throttle, 1200 rpms about 5 amps. When I ran the bypass wire from bat to gen it was 30 amps. Also, on the old voltage regulator there was possibly a resistor? little post with a covering on it, on the field terminal. I left it off, should I have done that? One more thing, when I go to high rpms the charging drops off to nothing, Thanks, Ellis
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