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12-20-1999 22:00:45

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I would like to know, Is WD Generator run on 12v? My Gen is not working, How I can I know what is wrong?

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12-23-1999 21:12:46

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 Re: WD gen in reply to John, 12-20-1999 22:00:45  
Your generator is probably 6v. Some of the simpler 12v conversions were to just replace the coil and add a 12 v battery. The starter could handle the 12v. The battery would need an external charge because the charging system would remain 6v. This left the generator just sitting there. The generator has a cutout relay mounted on it. The field was normally wired to a hi-lo output switch. I think 3 ohms was 3 amps and short was 10 amps. You can check your generator fairly well with a multimeter. If your running 12v, it's fairly simple to stick an alternator in.
Good luck.

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12-21-1999 07:11:14

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 Re: WD gen in reply to John, 12-20-1999 22:00:45  
The original WD was ran on 6 volts. You can take it to a repair shop and have them check it out.

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