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12 volt wiring diagram for Super H

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53 super h

02-25-2013 19:02:59

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Looking for a wiring diagram to convert a 6 volt to 12 volt on super H with small alt. I can't seem to find it in the archives. Thanks for all your help.

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Dave Sherburne NY

02-26-2013 15:00:47

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 Re: 12 volt wiring diagram for Super H in reply to 53 super h, 02-25-2013 19:02:59  
Bob Melville's wiring Diagrams

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Jon Hagen

02-26-2013 09:35:42

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 Re: 12 volt wiring diagram for Super H in reply to 53 super h, 02-25-2013 19:02:59  
This is simple and easy to follow. Also has a list of part numbers.

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02-25-2013 20:44:43

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 Re: 12 volt wiring diagram for Super H in reply to 53 super h, 02-25-2013 19:02:59  
These are from CharileU website, hope he doesn't mind?

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02-25-2013 20:40:30

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 Re: 12 volt wiring diagram for Super H in reply to 53 super h, 02-25-2013 19:02:59  
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On this diagram, the starter will have a saddle switch in stead of a solenoid. The bypass wire shown can be hooked to the big terminal on the saddle switch on the starter, and the ballast resistor as shown, but there must be a diode placed in the wire with the band end toward the ballast resistor to prevent back feeding the starter from the ignition.
The lights are supplied with voltage from the key side terminal on the amp meter.
The amp meter must be changed so the wires are on the opposite terminals to allow it to read correctly with negative ground.
Observe all polarities as shown. If you have more questions, ask. (I assume it is a Hitachi alternator), Note the marking equivalencies: if Hitachi, the S terminal is the same as the #2 on the diagram, and the L terminal is the same as #1 terminal. If it is not a 10SI or Hitachi, do not follow these instructions, let us know. Jim

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