Can anyone help me with connecting the wires. I had to change the engine. I was not the one that disconnected the wires. I have 4 long ones, 2 go to Alternator. I think 1 to coil. That leaves 1. Do not now if it makes a difference but the rear half is 1954/55. Front is 1951. Thanks C Kain.
Re: CASE DC wiring in reply to C Kain, 09-20-2012 18:32:24
The tractor originally should have had a cut-out relay or voltage regulator mounted on the 6 volt generator. The alternator was added by a previous owner. I assume the sytem is 12 volts now? If you look under the "Research and Info." then "Articles" on this web site, you will find a lot of information on converting tractors to 12 volts using alternators.
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