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Will it damage a starter/generator on a landlord series to run it without a battery? I just bought a used engine and want to install it. I plan to crank it with the rope pulley, but there is no battery for the output to go to.

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It won't hurt the chargeing system but without any bat. for the regulator to read if you turn on anything like the lights it'll go to full output on the voltage and burn out anything that's rated at 12 volts. I ruined a full set of electric gauges in a big tractor like this.

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