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ford 1952 8N tractor
|sam||I have a 1952 Ford Model 8N tractor. I converted from a 6 volt generator to a 12 volt alternator (Delco brand 1 wire). Now when I start the engine the alternator is discharging at 9.99 volts. What is the problem?
|Bob G||The problem is that that your are trying to convert it!! Had to say that!!
I would take the alt to a auto parts store and have it checked. Assume it is wired right.
|Jim Loveridge||The tractor was originaly positive ground. If you made it negitive ground as part of the conversion than you need to reverse the wires on the ammeter. I think it's probably charging just fine. A lot of guys get rid of the ammeter and wire in a volt meter through the ignition switch.
|Bob G||Jim, sounds like a good possibility, I missed that idea.
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