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My cub is losing polarity on the generator. Every time I start it I have to re-polarize the generator. After I do I get a good 10-15 amps charge rate. the voltage regulator is about 1 year old. All electrical connections are clean and correct. Any ideas? The rig is original pos ground. Thanks!
 

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admin, no there isn't much I can add as I said, all wiring checks out, I am polarizing correctly etc. Just thought I'd ask out here. My gut feeling is the voltage regulator.
 

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I did check it with a batt charger, no dead spots that I can see. For the winter I am going to install a momentary contact switch for quick polarizing. I started the rig yesterday and it didn't need it, so something is quirky.
 

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Haha ok guys we'll give it a shot today as I am going to grade our driveway using the drag blade hooked to the fast hitch.
It will take awhile and since the seat pad is gone I may sit on a pillow to avoid any "residual rump chills" Highs today only in the 40's.
 
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