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Convert positive (+) ground to negitive (-) ground

 

 

•Disconnect battery
•Switch wires on Amp Gauge
•Switch cables on battery so that the negative terminal is now to ground
•Switch wires on coil so that the negative terminal goes to the distributor
*If you are doing this conversion in order to install our alternator kit then the next two instruction do not apply*
•Re-polarize generator field: take wire from live (positive) source and touch it to field terminal 3 times. Should see small spark. Reconnect generator field wire
•If Generator is in working condition and Ampmeter fluctuates wildly, not showing + charge, then voltage regulator will need to be replaced. This happens very rarely but sometimes the regulator keeps its old polarity and will not switch.