Posted by Crazy Horse on November 28, 2012 at 06:17:26 from (22.214.171.124):
I have an earlier Farmall A with what I believe is a Delco generator (1101355) and a cutout relay box mounted on the generator. Although the relay box is somewhat large in size, it only has the cutout tower inside (with the corresponding BAT and GEN hookup locations on opposite sides of the tower.
The strange part is that there is actually a FIELD terminal on this box as well that goes nowhere inside, it's just "there" and I can't figure out what it's doing unless the same box is used for other models of electrical control where other towers might be used for voltage or current control. On this relay box, there are six spaces for hook up terminals, three on each side but only 3 are used (BAT,GEN, and this non-funtioning FIELD).
SO when rewiring everything, I hook up to the FIELD terminal on the generator case itself (and ignore the FIELD terminal on the relay cutout box), is that correct?
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