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03-20-2010 18:32:29

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just wanted to run this by the pros here. I have a new 6 volt positive ground VR , and I have 2 wires coming from the 6 volt gen, one wire is field and the other is armature. I connect the field wire to the "f" on the new VR. and I connect the armature wire to the "gen" on the VR. I have a push button starter switch, and a push /pull light switch the New VR has a load terminal and a battery terminal, does the load terminal go to light switch and battery terminal go to starter ?, I will also need to make sure I wire in the amm meter correctly also. Thanks for the help,Jim

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Paul f

03-21-2010 14:23:55

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 Re: CASE DC electric help in reply to tooltimejim, 03-20-2010 18:32:29  
DCs were negative ground...was yours changed??

The battery terminal goes to the ammeter then to the battery. It won't hurt it if you wire the meter backwards it will just read backwards. You can hook the Lights to the L terminal.

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03-22-2010 01:21:29

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 Re: CASE DC electric help in reply to Paul f, 03-21-2010 14:23:55  
Paul, I could not find a neg- VR, so I had to switch to pos ground. I changed out the VR Today, and all is well, charging like it should. I repolarized before starting . thanks Jim

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