Posted by Doc in WV on October 06, 2012 at 03:49:51 from (18.104.22.168):
53 NAA appears to be charging excessively? After Brush Hogging for about 20 minutes amp meter started showing a charging rate of almost 30 amps. Turned on all lights and rate fell after about 4-5 minutes to around 20. The battery is in good condition and will start the tractor after setting for two weeks with no Problem. This tractor has always charged well at low RPM 900 or so. The needle in the amp. gage will bounce as the Reg. drops back after starting. Pulling on the lights will cause the reg. to increase and the amp.needle will stablize at above 20amps.then drop to 4-5 This is a stock 6 volt system.The question is: Do I have a defective Voltage Reg. or is it possible to have a wire on the wrong terminal? I replaced the Reg. about a year ago. Long post I know guys, but trying to supply as much info. as possible. Tractor rewired by PO and looks professional?
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