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    Re: troubleshooting charging system

    BTW, if there is a rectumfier between the alternator and the regulator, check it to see if there is ac current going into it and dc current coming out of it. If there isn't, that is the bad boy...
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    Re: troubleshooting charging system

    Yup, alternator is good. Find that regulator. If all the wiring is good to and from it, that is the problem. They cost the better part of a bill with Franklin's picture on it.
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    Re: troubleshooting charging system

    An alternator that "puts out" dc voltage has diodes built in that convert the ac to dc. If the diodes are toast, you will get no output, ac or dc.
    If you are gettin 40 volts ac at the alternator,...
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    Re: troubleshooting charging system

    I think you have a rectifier, which is part of your regulator.
    If, after you jump the tractor to get it started, if all is working well with the charging system, you will have 11-12 volts at the...
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    Re: troubleshooting charging system

    Alternators do put out ac voltage. Alternators=alternating current.
    Your voltage range sounds about right.
    Suspect either wiring/connections to or from the voltage regulator, or the regulator...
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