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A while back I had taken out all the wiring on my HB-212 with the intention of rewiring right away.... well that was 2 months ago and I don't remember how it was wired.  I have checked the large frame manual, on here in the tips sections and common questions.  I am upgrading to a 5 pole ignition switch from the original 3 pole.  Also, I am upgrading to the newer square style voltage regulator since my original was damaged beyond repair.  

I am looking at multiple wiring diagrams for briggs and nothing seems to match exactly with what I am attempting so I need some expert help.

1.  Will I need a kill switch?  

2. I am using the Nova II points eliminator.

3. I swapped out the ammeter for a voltage gauge

4. I am unsure how to correctly wire up the starter generator charging system. 

For some reason this wiring things gets to me...any help is appreciated

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PhanDad

HB-212 Wiring Diagram from "B Series Repair Manual:

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I don't think your "newer square style" voltage regulator will work; it looks like the type designed to use AC voltage from a stator as an input and rectify it to DC.  The S/G needs a voltage regulator that has an "F" terminal to regulate the field of the S/G. 

An old style "square" voltage regulator should also work.  See these posts for some info:

https://simpletractors.com/forums/topic/46986-are-all-startergenerators-created-equal/

https://simpletractors.com/forums/topic/28292-voltage-regulator-for-3416

 

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26 minutes ago, PhanDad said:

HB-212 Wiring Diagram from "B Series Repair Manual:

HB212_WiringDiagram.thumb.JPG.5aa8625f3f547c61c61209e7874860a0.JPG

I don't think your "newer square style" voltage regulator will work; it looks like the type designed to use AC voltage from a stator as an input and rectify it to DC.  The S/G needs a voltage regulator that has an "F" terminal to regulate the field of the S/G. 

An old style "square" voltage regulator should also work.  See these posts for some info:

https://simpletractors.com/forums/topic/46986-are-all-startergenerators-created-equal/

https://simpletractors.com/forums/topic/28292-voltage-regulator-for-3416

 

This should help a lot!  I looked at both links and between all of this info I should be good to go

Thank You

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