Posted by John-MO on April 25, 2014 at 20:17:29 from (126.96.36.199):
Hi, have a 53 NAA, took the battery out for winter, reconnected a couple weeks ago and forgot its a positive ground (6-volt). Unfortunately I started the tractor and ran for a couple minutes before I realized my mistake. The ammeter was registering a negative charge. Immediately stopped the engine, hooked battery up correctly but now the ammeter reads either no charge, or very slight negative charge when engine at high idle. It usually registers a slight + charge when running. Could I have damaged voltage regulator or generator with the battery hooked up wrong? Thanks for any advice.
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