Posted by Samuels68 on February 05, 2013 at 20:24:43 from (126.96.36.199):
In Reply to: MF 20 Ind wiring posted by Samuels68 on December 25, 2012 at 22:12:06:
Chuck41 had a wiring diagram for me, and it was exactly what I needed, but as I got deepeer in to things, the factory wiring was so deteriorated that I ended up gutting and rewiring everything, using a rebuilt 1 wire alternator and eliminating the voltage regulator. It was actually simplere and took less time than the troubleshooting I did prior to that point. I don't know what your level of electrical knowledge is, or exactly how the 40 is set up, but I may be able to scan my hand drawn diagram that I used on my 20 and email it to you.
If not Chuck41 will probably see this and reply, but if he doesn't, let me know and I'll email him, but I won't give out his email without his permission first. Good Luck!
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