In Reply to: Re: 2N charging system (again!) posted by Tim Daley(MI) on October 10, 2017 at 15:29:17:
>The generator is mounted with a single bolt. That bolt will not hold it in place
>alone and will loosen itself up in use. That is why you need the tensioning bracket.
>Iím guessing you donít have one and is part of non-charging issue.
It's got a band-type tensioning bracket, and the belt has less then 1/2" play.
>Here is a picture of the original Induction/Loop Style AMMETER and an aftermarket
>style with the two screw terminals. The LOOP style has metal loop attached to the
I'll have to compare these when I get home, but I know the ammeter has two screw terminals, and from memory I believe it looks like the photo on the right.
>A single wire, original was a large yellow wire, feeds from the center post on the
>resistor terminal block to the cutout. Got an I&T F-04 Manual?
>Verify wiring is correct with no frazzles or shorts. Belt tension - very important
> -1/2" max play. Set genny 3rd brush screw to LOW.
Roger that. I'm pretty sure this gen has that screw with markings.