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Re: 1970 Ford 2000 Not Charging

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Bern

10-13-2019 21:17:48




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Put voltmeter on battery. Remove small "F" wire on generator. Take jumper wire and run from battery hot to small F terminal on generator. You should see a small spark when you make the connection. If so, start the engine and rev it up. Voltage should start to rise on meter. If it does, generator is fine and the voltage regulator is the most likely problem.




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hbryant123

10-14-2019 15:08:03




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 Re: 1970 Ford 2000 Not Charging in reply to Bern, 10-13-2019 21:17:48  
I tried polarizing the generator no luck battery is still not charging. I tried checking output on the generator only got 2.9 volts seems like the generator is bad but idk.



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Bern

10-14-2019 18:38:08




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 Re: 1970 Ford 2000 Not Charging in reply to hbryant123, 10-14-2019 15:08:03  
Did you leave the jumper hooked up while you checked the voltage? If so, suspect dirty/worn brushes. Easy enough to fix.



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