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WD45 Diesel

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02-14-2021 02:49:41

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I'm restoring the very first tractor my grandfather sold when he went into business in1958. It's a WD45 Diesel and I need a wiring diagram. It's a 6v positive ground converted to a 12v system but there was not an alternator added. is there anyone who can help me with this?

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Jerry Coulter

02-14-2021 06:14:21

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 Re: WD45 Diesel in reply to NickA1224, 02-14-2021 02:49:41  
The WD45 diesel was factory 12 volt. There were 2 6 volt batteries in a large battery box wired in series.

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02-14-2021 05:47:12

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 Re: WD45 Diesel in reply to NickA1224, 02-14-2021 02:49:41  
Find yourself an a WD45 diesel Owners manual. The wiring diagram is drawn out in it. You should be able to find a reprinted version on-line somewhere I would think. Don't get one for a gas tractor, as they are wired differently.

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