This image here is the charging circuit diagram for the 1942-1947 Packard Delco-Remy equipment. The wiring schematic contains components like: ammeter, voltage regulator, generator, solenoid and relay, and 6 volt battery. There is also a connection heading to the ignition switch. Study the circuit diagram before performing any wiring work.
The photos and setups have screws in the top and ring terminals, just wondering if anybody has done the wiring with this actual Packard C230B relay, and how they did it? Spade Terminals? Or is there something I'm missing Thanks in advance for the newbie assistance
Packard. All diagrams include the complete basic car (interior and exterior lights, engine bay, starter, ignition and charging systems, gauges, under dash harness, rear clip, etc). All diagrams use factory colors including tracers when applicable. All diagrams are laminated in plastic for ease of use and durability. If your car has power
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This is the starting circuit diagram for the 1951-1953 Packard all models. This particular wiring diagram will have components like: neutral safety switch, starter button, 6 volt battery, starter, and solenoid. Before performing any wiring work, do study the wiring diagram to get a comprehensive understanding about the starting system.
The Install Doctor has gathered common car radio wiring and car stereo wiring information for the most popular automakers and placed this information into quick reference documents. Each document shows a diagram of the automakers radio wire harness connector and lists what each wire is with its typical wire color. In Adobe Acrobat Reader Format