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When i purchased this tractor it would not charge the battery, so i replaced the voltage regulator and worked, but over charged the battery. i found an NOS regulator but still over charges.
Are you sure you did not mix your wires or they were mixed when you bought it? Two of the wires that come out from under the flywheel should be the same color go to the outside spades on the regulator and the center spade is to the battery , probably by way of through a gauge and key but for test purposes it will be the wire that feeds about 13.8 DC volts to charge the battery, the two outside spades on the regulator that have wires that go back under the flywheel are ac voltage anywhere from 18 to 38 volts depending on RPM of engine . Yours is a voltage regulator, Rectifier, converts it to DC and regulates it at 13.8 volts DC
Posted on Dec 15, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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