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|Adam Doma||Scratching my head. I recently replaced my old alternator with the new & improved alternator with the regulator plug built in. Now I don't know what wires go where. Previously my battery just died and wasn't charging. I replaced the alternator and the tractor starts and the battery is charging...one problem though. My amp gauge is dead on zero and if I pull the terminals off the battery the tractor shuts off therefore definately telling me the battery maybe isn't charging. Can anyone here let me know what wires go to where. Right now I have one from the ingition switch and one from the amp gauge and one grounded...don't know if it's right but that's how I got it. Any help is appreciated.
|rbryant||Had the same problem w/my 135. Easy fix and works well is to replace the alternator with a one wire alternator.