On Sep 25, 8:09 am, firstname.lastname@example.org (Herb Eneva) wrote:
also, put the removed one on a trickle charge and see if it holds a
charge. that way if the tractor doesn't keep the new battery
recharged you won't have discarded the old battery by mistake.
things to do: you could download the manual for the tractor. you could
find out with your multimeter what the battery voltage should be
parked versus running volts as measured at the battery. for example, a
car used to be 12.6 volts parked, and 13.8 volts running, easily
measured at the cigar lighter socket.
On Sun, 25 Sep 2011 20:31:37 -0700 (PDT), "hr(bob) email@example.com"
Unless the starting motor has a gear drive.
Actually, the TRUTH is, it is a lot easier to use agenerator as a
starter on a small single cyl engine. The "starterator" is much more a
modified generator than a modified starter.
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