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482 electric question

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Hello

 

I had some short cut problems with my 482. now I have fixed everything but can anyone tel me where the wire with the black/white connector needs to hook up to?

As far as I can see it runs to the flywheel area/4

 

Cor Braakman

 

 

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Alternator/Stator?  What is the wire plugged into , a rectifier on the outside of the engine?

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someone connected the wires wrong before I bought it. It was hooked up to a + wire, that's why it short cutted.

Can't see where it's going to without taking more parts of.

 

Cor

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The wire coming from the engine with the black connector (which is a diode) comes from the alternator in behind the fly wheel. The wire plugged into the diode goes on and hooks up to the battery positive cable at the starter solenoid - or could also be hooked at battery positive post

Carl

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6 hours ago, Ruby Red said:

The wire coming from the engine with the black connector (which is a diode) comes from the alternator in behind the fly wheel. The wire plugged into the diode goes on and hooks up to the battery positive cable at the starter solenoid - or could also be hooked at battery positive post

Carl

That wire is what's  making the short cut ( ground).  

Should the alternator be the  problem then?

 

Cor 

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Sounds like your diode is faulty, the diode in there to prevent battery power feed back to the alternator stator. (test it). Diode Cub Cadet part #725-3014 also available from Briggs & Stratton #393814

Carl

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On ‎12‎-‎1‎-‎2017 at 1:27 AM, Ruby Red said:

Sounds like your diode is faulty, the diode in there to prevent battery power feed back to the alternator stator. (test it). Diode Cub Cadet part #725-3014 also available from Briggs & Stratton #393814

Carl

Finallly had time to look into the problem further. Old alternator was completely burnt...

Ordered a new alternator and put everything back to gether, still short cutting through the altenator.

 

HOw is ist possibble I get ground through the cable which is coming from the alternator? Everything seems te be mounted ok?

Does the 482 needs a volt regulator where the alternator hooks up to?

Any help or ideas is welcome

Cor

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