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|Ronnie Faires||I have a Massey Ferguson 65 which I've been told, was manufactured around 1954. I am having trouble converting from a generator to an alternator system. If someone can provide a simple, step-by-step wiring diagram, it would be greatly appreciated. I've only fried one alternator so far! Thanks!
|dusty dallas||GO TO THE PARTS STORE AND BUY A ONE WIRE ALT. AUTO ZONE AND OTHE CAR ONY PLACES DON'T HAVE IT O-RIELYS OR NAPA DO. JUST RUN A 10GAUGE WIRE FROM THE POST ON BACK OF ALT TO THE STARTER CLY. BATTER SIDE ITS THE SIMPLEST WAY TO HOOK IT UP THE ONE WIRE ALT COST ABOUT $45 TO $50 JUST A LITTLE MORE BUT ITS WORHT IT