Re: 9N coil

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Posted by Les Leach on April 28, 2018 at 12:17:58 [URL] [DELETE] :

In Reply to: 9N coil posted by Les Leach on April 26, 2018 at 15:14:31:

Thank you for the information. I am not including a photo because I can not get Photobucket to respond. The resistor is solid porcelain with tabs on each end. This was in place when it was purchased. On the right side of the resistor is the switched/power (12V) side. The left side is 6V and goes to the coil. From your comments, there should be another resistor in the circuit. I have looked at the pictograms and do not see anything similar to what is on our tractor. All help is appreciated. Also, what is the downside of not having a "stock" resistor in place. At some point I would like eliminate the existing step down resistor and go to a 12V coil.
I will try to load a photo later today. Between dodging ads on Photobucket and it not responding, to me the site is frustrating to use.
Thanks
Les


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