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1948 W4 McComick
|Dave Wilson||I have installed new wiring. The old wires were partially missing. I have a new cut out relay on top of my generator. What I would like to know is which wires go where. There is one wire from Generator A and another fromplus ampmeter. The cutout relay is marked plus on one terminal.
|Butch||From a Farmall diagram:
Wire from generator "A" goes to "GEN" terminal on cutout.
Bat teminal on cutout goes to ammeter.
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