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kide

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Charlie - did you show him?
 

rvanmersbergen

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Found a Vermeer trencher on a Cub 147 today. Think it is a 147 A model. Anyone know about these?
 

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Search the forum for Vermeer. ;-)
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OK guys, I need help. I am working on a CC 127. My brother-in-law put a new wiring harness, new voltage regulator, and a new key switch in it. It has several issues but I started with the issue of the battery not charging. I assumed that was an easy fix, just polarize the voltage regulator. I tried that and smoked the voltage regulator. OK....it's an electro-mechanical device so I attempted to fix it by replacing the wire that I thought I had burnt. When I hook the battery up now, it rolls the tractor over without me touching the ignition key. Next I suspect either the wiring or the switch is the culprit. I have checked and double checked and they both seemed ok. So, I ordered a new voltage regulator and installed it. The tractor still rolls over when I hook up the battery. The problem is not the solenoid. It appears voltage is feeding through the regulator to the starter although I am surprised that it will carry enough current without smoking something else. Any ideas? Please!
 

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Tim, there are at least two versions of the voltage regulator, are you sure you have the correct one and that it's connected up correctly?

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