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DC Case wiring

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Scott KY

11-05-2003 04:31:44

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I am rewiring a 1950 DC which has been converted to a distributor ignition. I plan to put it back to a magneto in the future but for now I need to know where to supply 6 volts to the off and on switch. Should I come off the hot side of the push button start switch, or off of the amp meter? Or does it matter? Thanks

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C. Amick

11-05-2003 09:41:44

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 Re: DC Case wiring in reply to Scott KY, 11-05-2003 04:31:44  
I would probably come off the ammeter. Just for your information, in case you need one NAPA Autoparts sells a 6v./12v. 2-post push-pull switch that looks very similar to the original Case single post switch. I can look up the part number if you need one. When you switch back to a magento, you can simply take one of the switch posts to ground.

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