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#1: Speedy Jim to the rescue again

Posted on 2006-07-21 02:22:50 by David

Thanks Speedy, the alternator was not getting "excited" on my wife's dune buggy, the wire to the little light came out
of the spade terminal. when I tested it before asking , I was taking the new light from the D+ to ground. After I jumped
it to the + side of the battery as you instructed, it became "excited" and as a matter of fact so did I. Thanks again
Speedy. I am not sure why the headlight were not working, but they are now.
Thanks
David and his now "excited" alternator lol

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#2: Re: Speedy Jim to the rescue again

Posted on 2006-07-21 03:46:22 by Speedy Jim

David wrote:

> Thanks Speedy, the alternator was not getting "excited" on my wife's dune buggy, the wire to the little light came out
> of the spade terminal. when I tested it before asking , I was taking the new light from the D+ to ground. After I jumped
> it to the + side of the battery as you instructed, it became "excited" and as a matter of fact so did I. Thanks again
> Speedy. I am not sure why the headlight were not working, but they are now.
> Thanks
> David and his now "excited" alternator lol
>
>

HaHa

Hope you explained to the wife what it takes to get excited
(the alternator...)

Jim

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