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Dave-Ontario

05-25-2002 13:00:05




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Just had the starter rebuilt. Been in twice still doesn't work. Took it apart and see that the armature is grounding on the field magnets. Sent it to another shop. In the meantime I borrowed a starter and put it on. When I started it back up it was charging in reverse. Nope the cables aren't switched. Still positive ground. Any fresh ideas would be appreciated. I thought about just switching the battery now and let it be a negative ground. Would that be a problem?

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Drew Miller

11-24-2003 07:58:00




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 Re: wd45 charging system in reply to Dave-Ontario, 05-25-2002 13:00:05  
you need to polarize your generator



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Cannon

05-25-2002 19:47:36




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 Re: wd45 charging system in reply to Dave-Ontario, 05-25-2002 13:00:05  
neg. ground isn't a problem, but your ammeter will read reversed. may try polarizing the gen first, (jumper wire between "a" terminal & batt.)



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Farmer Brown

05-26-2002 20:48:44




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 Re: Re: wd45 charging system in reply to Cannon, 05-25-2002 19:47:36  
Or maybe your gen has stopped charging and what you are reading is the discharge amount ????



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