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Greg Hansen

04-01-2007 03:09:28

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Does anyone know if the voltage regulator on a 350 utility is the adjustable type?

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Vin Huelsmann

04-02-2007 09:48:51

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 Re: voltage regulator in reply to Greg Hansen, 04-01-2007 03:09:28  
On my 8 volt conversions I would adjust the regulator to cut out at 9.25-9.5 volts. You may need a slightly higher idle speed for the system to start charging.

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04-01-2007 09:13:03

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 Re: voltage regulator in reply to Greg Hansen, 04-01-2007 03:09:28  
Find an old automechanics text, or motors manual from the 60's and have at it. Be sure your battery is fully charged before adjusting anything (an electrically loaded system (charging a partially topped up battery)will not let the voltage be adjusted accurately. JimN

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gene bender

04-01-2007 08:15:15

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 Re: voltage regulator in reply to Greg Hansen, 04-01-2007 03:09:28  
Why do you think you have to adjust the reg as the generator is what charges not the regulator. For 50 pluss yrs i have been driving cars and tractors and have never adjusted a reg. Been to the GENERAL MOTORS training center in OMAHA and some other local tune-up sessions and they always said leave the reg alone yrs past they even had sealed regs so people left them alone. Get the generator checked brushes bushings bearings first.

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Greg Hansen

04-01-2007 08:36:35

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 Re: voltage regulator in reply to gene bender, 04-01-2007 08:15:15  
I replaced the 6 volt battery with an 8 volt.

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Owen Aaland

04-01-2007 04:27:29

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 Re: voltage regulator in reply to Greg Hansen, 04-01-2007 03:09:28  
Unless it is an electronic one using transisters it should be adjustable. Even some electronic ones are adjustable.

Most have screws but you can also find some where the adjustments are made by bending the adjustment arms.

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