Topic: Re: More 6v questions for John T
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Let me see if I understand what you have done.
wire from bat terminal on VR to left side of ammeter AND
wire from L terminal of VR to left side of ammeter also ???
If this is how you have it hooked up it is not correct.
The correct hookup is:
wire from BAT terminal of VR to left side of ammeter.
wire from L terminal of VR feeds lights if so equipped and ignition switch if equipped with battery ignition. If you have a mag and no lights, there is NOTHING connected to the L terminal.
Only two wires to ammeter, one on each post. If the ammeter reads backward, then swap the two wires on the ammeter.
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