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Thanks, Tony, this diagram is what I need. 
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Download this one http://photos.justoldtrucks.com/default.aspx?moid=26929

and get a little creative. I'm not trying to be sarcastic. Between the two you should, may be able to figure it out.


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Tony, that worked but it shows the 24 volt system with the SP switch. I'm wanting to change it to a 12 volt starter and eliminate the SP switch.
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Tony go back and select "original" and then download next to it.




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Tony, I can barely see it for some reason but I believe that's what I need. Here's my email   twclemens@hughes.net
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I just fixed the Photos and Documents Library. You can down the full size now.


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Somehow that file is a resized resolution image. Tony if that's what you were looking for send me your email address and I'll send you the full version. I can't add attachments through the JOT email.


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Pulled the old SP switch and it basically fell apart. New one is about $160. Don't know about the starter's condition, could be bad. I've been advised to change out the starter and just switch over to 12 volt. Anyone have a wiring diagram?
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Here is new, but rebuilt would be cheaper
https://smithcoelectric.com/products/240-821-new-alternator-for-delco-30si-12v-90a-with-24v-transformer?_pos=515&_sid=2f492f8df&_ss=r
 or any 30SI alternator can be converted with just the TR section added on the back
https://smithcoelectric.com/products/500-12113n-new-transformer-for-delco-30si-12v-to-24v-5a?_pos=1111&_sid=2f492f8df&_ss=r


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