<VV> electrical questions
corvairduval at cox.net
Fri Jul 30 01:01:41 EDT 2010
Easy way, the thin wire carries less current than the thick wire. The
field uses little current to produce big current in the armature.
So, the little wire goes on F (typically blue on Corvair)
The big wire goes on A (typically brown on Corvair)
But, you have something not making connection, not reversed connections
on the generator. Check harness connector at firewall.
And I see you made it back from your trip! ggg
Ray "Grymm" Rodriguez wrote:
>Yesterday I was cranking the 63' trying to get fuel drawn through the lines and get her started... suddenly I had no power whatsoever.. no dome light.. nothing. No sign of a short... when I connect the battery terminals there is no spark etc. (yes the battery is ok).
>Also while on that topic, the two leads that connect to the generator... which goes to which post? What happens if they are hooked up backwards? Could this cause the above symptom? I'm pretty certain they are hooked up the way they came off, but don't have a manual yet for the early car.
>Thanks for any help you can give!
>Ray "Grymm" Rodriguez III
>Lake Ariel, PA
>66' Corsa 140/4 coupe
>65' Corsa 140/4 coupe (under construction and almost done!)
>63' Monza PG coupe (under construction- quickie driver build)
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