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|Bo||I recently bought a MF135 1969, All of the guage and headlight wires were cut off and it had a alternator instead of a generator.
It starts and runs good but Ive began restoring it and noticed all wiring diagrams in the parts manual include a voltage regulator. Is this needed?
It has a perkins diesel engine.
Any advice appreciated
|Holz||If the alternator that is on the tractor now has an internal regulator you no longer need an external regulator. A lot of folks will leave the old regulator in place when replacing the generator with the new alternator, this is a little like sweeping the dirt under the rug & only half-way doing the job. Frank-Holz Equipment Service
|Bo Jones||Thanks again is there a way to tell if the alternator has a regulator in it?
If it does have one I suppose that someone must have access to a wiring diagram.
Hint Hint......I probably couldn't read it anyway but I do know others not so mechanically challenged.
|John van m||hi, I have a similar problem. I own a MF35 and need to wire in a lucus alternator. Can any one help me please? Thanks in advance john