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  1. I guess I should have worded it this way. It seems that something in the ammeter was causing it to act as a diode. The meter did in favt show a discharge when the car was running but no electricity was exiting the ammeter. So.....in turn....blocking electricity (like a diode does). The electricity was going ONE WAY. from the battery. Nothing was actually going INTO the battery. Even though the needle in the meter moved NOTHING got past it and into the battery.
  2. Alright so I figured it out! Come to find out its something to do with the ammeter. Generator was good, cutout was good, but battery wasnt charging. Ammeter was wired backwards so it was acting as a diode . electricity couldnt pass through so it wasnt getting to the battery. Bypassed it with a wire from cutout to battery and bingo! Shes charging very well. How about that!? Lol
  3. I will put a meter on it today and see what the meter says at the generator. I will report back
  4. Hello everyone, I'm a new owner of a 1927 Hudson which I have been using for a few months now. I love the car but have been experiencing a strange problem.The car will intermittently lose power. I say intermittently because I could put 100 miles on it and it doesn't have a problem until the next time I use the car. Or the other scenario is that I use the car and have power loss 2 days in a row after using the car for an hour each day. Its never consitent but I will say that it seems to be happening more often now (getting worse)Ill explain the power loss issue in detail as well. This car has a
  5. Hello everyone! I am in need of a starter for my 1924 Studebaker EM light Six Touring Car. The part number on my starter now is a Wagner "Type-S-462" with a serial number of "B113424". It is my understanding that a Wagner "Type-S-533" and Wagner "Type-S-463" will also fit the car. If anyone has one of these starters for sale please let me know. Please respond or post pictures here with an email or phone number and I will get in touch with you. Thank you for all of your help! Ken
  6. Hello everyone, I am in need of a radiator for a 1927 Buick standard 6 touring car. Please let me know if you have one for sale. Please note that I am looking for radiators that are in perfect operational condition. It needs to be leak and damage free. Thank you very much
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