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John $

09-14-2001 23:08:52

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I recently received a Case tractor from Iowa that I baught on a trip back east. Now, checking it over I found two wires hanging loose near the generator. I moved them and one of them sparked. I followed them back to the guages and removed them both. Later I noticed the generator is not even hooked up to anything. What do you supose those wires were for? Question, If the heavy wire connects to the generator stud and the light wire connects to the solinoid, then where do they connect at the guages? I forgot where I took them from. HELP

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John $

09-16-2001 13:40:13

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Generator wires in reply to Jeff King, 09-15-2001 16:56:45  
Hey Jeff, I went to the article and read about a third of it. Then I printed it to finish it latter. It looks like a gold mine. Thank you again Jeff. Now I am off to the Price Club with my wife. If you are touring SW Utah, drop us a line and come on by. That is where my tractor is. I am there one week and then two weeks in L.A. and then back again. But thanks alot bud. John

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John $

09-16-2001 13:14:21

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Generator wires in reply to Jeff King, 09-15-2001 16:56:45  
Tnx Jeff. I will chek out the article you spoke of. All the info I can get is helpfull. Tnx agn, John

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