Farmall 100, 1954 - 1973
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Jim Becker wrote:Still looks to me like the wires on 1 and 2 are backwards. Thinking just very briefly about the expected effect of that. I think it would charge normally (or very close) but probably cause a battery drain whenever it isn't running. Has the battery been staying charged?
The wires on the back of the Alt. are correct.
The 77 140 is wired just like a 77 cub.
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Looking for a wiring diagram for any IH tractor using the #2 terminal on a Delco alternator connected to a resistor or a diode. Make that any wiring diagram on any make tractor, vehicle, etc.. Spent several hours researching my library, on the internet. Found numerous references using the #1 terminal with either a diode or a resistor/lamp, but none on the #2 terminal. Number 2 terminal is a feed from the battery.
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