My 1948 tractor already had an extra hole in the dash from a previous owner's start switch that bypassed the neutral interlock. If you hook the jumper wrong, you could ruin the alternators on both vehicles, and toast the computer in fuel injected vehicles 6 - Save the old 6 volt generator and voltage regulator. Get it backward - even for an instant - and the alternator will be ruined! What I didn't think about was the next owner of my tractor or anyone who might use the information I provided on this page to re-wire their vehicle. If you have left the voltage sense terminal empty, and the alternator does not charge, before doing anything else, connect a jumper from the No. The dash light in the alternator voltage sense lead is of fairly low wattage.
Many trailer marker lights will have these bulbs. Not good for your starter! Since then the, what looks like, original voltage regulator and generator has gone bad. It has an internal regulator. I've seen it many times. I'm not on-line 24-7 but some of those guys seem to be. Is all I have to do is put a diode in line toward alternator. Is there one on line? We have the parts you need to repair your tractor.
Is there a neutral or clutch safety switch on the tractor and does it still work? Trade Marks and Trade Names contained and used in this Website are those of others, and are used in this Website in a descriptive sense to refer to the products of others. Use your diode if you have the Hitachi or Delco alternator with the 3 terminals. Finally - If you are going to all the trouble to do a 12 volt conversion, you might want to consider removing the Ammeter. I noticed when I hooked up the battery that I had power to my fuel gage with the key off. I have an F Cub, Serial number 37281 that at some point has been converted from a 6volt to 12 volt. You wiring diagram looks simular but what I am most worried about is the neg coil grounded out to the distrubtor. The obvious difference in the two alternators is the fan.
All of the better conversion kits and diagrams should have corrected this error by now. I have researched the entire web and cannot find a wiring diagram for the 600 hundred, can find plenty on the N series. The How-To's and Manuals sections are loaded with great information. When carbon particles get hot, they will ignite unburnt fuel after the ignition is turned off. Then there are two small recessed male spade lug connections usually labeled 1 and 2.
I have been told that it may be due to the 12 volt conversion done on it. Reproduction of any part of this website, including design and content, without written permission is strictly prohibited. We have the parts you need to repair your tractor. I repaired the original start pushbutton and used the extra hole for my alternator light. Is all I have to do is put a diode in line toward alternator. Thanks Don, but I actually have that wiring diagram.
The 6 or 12 volt electrical system does work fine with the original Ammeter. Suggesting that you identify the alternator. On the Super M an A34 size belt fit best. I have been told that it may be due to the 12 volt conversion done on it. On the Ford tractors the best place is on the terminal block where the accessory side of the ammeter is connected.
One is the Ammeter wiring mentioned above. Those conversions were wired so the ammeter no longer measured current flow in and out of the battery! If still have troubles, I may have a diagram you will see more easily. Some of the following will be a repeat of the condensed version on my 12 volt conversion page. Print out and compare your current wiring with the previously provided diagram. Cub Pro Posts: 28706 Joined: Sun Feb 02, 2003 8:37 pm Zip Code: E1A7J3 Skype Name: R. The alternator warning light consists of small 12 volt lamp rated at about 0. But it's easy to add.
Expedited shipping available, just call! When you first turn the key on, you get an immediate reading of battery voltage. I think that you can install a pushbutton switch to momentarily excite the alternator to get charging. Disconnect a wire from the coil and put a temporary jumper between it and the terminal you took it off of. Yesterday's Tractors - Antique Tractor Headquarters. Wire two in parallel and they'll last forever. As you can see from the diagrams, the best simplest solution is to use a 1-wire alternator. I'm assuming I can treat this set-up the same as this diagram, and just go by it.
I believe this format, with links to each set of diagrams, provides access to the correct diagram much faster. If you have already decided that a 12 volt conversion is the right decision for your tractor, and are positive that you are capable of doing the work properly yourself, please skip this link. The cheaper harness will obviously not last as long if it is exposed to weather. Perhaps Soundguy will come along and explain it in detail. I didn't have much to base it on, the wiring on my tractor had been patched and taped together numerous times. On these tractors the best place is the coil side of the ignition switch.
If your getting a compression knock while it's running on, it's dieseling! NineSixtyOne New User Joined: 02 Mar 2018 Posts: 16 Posted: Fri Mar 02, 2018 4:03 pm Post subject: Re: 12 volt Generator to Alternator Wiring Guidance Request Yes, I believe that is correct. Another reason would be if your engine is electrically isolated from the rest of your wiring, such as in a wooden or fiberglass boat. Yesterday's Tractors - Antique Tractor Headquarters. I have researched the entire web and cannot find a wiring diagram for the 600 hundred, can find plenty on the N series. Copyright © 1997-2018 Yesterday's Tractor Co.