†† Overspeed LED and Overcrank LED on at same time

 

Do the following ...

 

†††† 1. Your system is equipped with two magnetic pickup

†††† ††† safety systems. Two seconds into the crank cycle the

†††† ††† magnetic pickup is checked to see if the engine is

†††† ††† putting out any voltage. When the engine is running

†††† ††† it is checked to be sure there is a continuous voltage.

†††† ††† If either case is not true the engine will stop with both

†††† ††† the Overcrank and Overpseed LEDs on at the same

†††† ††† time.

†††† 2. These tests help to ensure no starter damage or over

†††† ††† speed damage.

†††† 3. Be sure that during cranking you have 2 to 15 volts

†††† ††† on terminals 1 and 2.

†††† 4. If you donít have it or it is very low try cleaning the

†††† ††† magnetic pickup. The magnetic pickup is magnetic and

†††† ††† does collect ground up flywheel shavings. These

†††† ††† can eventually cause a lowering of the output voltage.

†††† ††† Also be sure the wiring is ok. If you donít have at least

†††† ††† 2 volts AC during cranking you must replace the mag

†††† ††† pickup.

†††† 5. If your wiring is ok and the ouput is correct you could

†††† ††† see the Overcrank and Overspeed LEDS on at the

†††† ††† same time if the engine stops for lack of fuel or other

†††† ††† reason. Fuel problems often cause this fault indication.

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†††††††† Remember to re-adjust and wire your unit after testing.

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