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Description: Hey. I want to buy a new car tomorrow. A Dodge Kingsway 1953 and was wondering if anyone knows if it is 6 volt or 12 volt systems in the cars? I forgot to ask the current owner, and can not expect to call and ask now It's a 6 with 3 speed

Hey. I want to buy a new car tomorrow. A Dodge Kingsway 1953 and was wondering if anyone knows if it is 6 volt or 12 volt systems in the cars?

There are a couple of ways to go. If you want the car to be "restore correct" I'd seriously consider leaving it 6V You can buy inverters from 6 to 12. You need to do some research and determine which ground this would be. Some manufactures switched in "mid stream."

So far as 12V conversion, not that difficult in general. You MUST convert to NEG ground if you go 12V otherwise your efforts are a waste

For "correct" appearance you could use a 12V generator. Any 12V generator which you can physically mount up will work IF you get a regulator which correctly matches the generator. This is important. Generator regulators must NOT be rated for more amperage than the generator puts out, because the regulator also controls amperage to protect the generator.

The thing that determines ground polarity is twofold. one, how the generator was polarized (sometimes called "flashing the field" or "flashing") and the contacts in the regulator. some OEM regulators were made only for one polarity. Many replacement, aftermarket regulators were built to handle either polarity to reduce stock

Wipers and heater motor need proper dropping resistors. These must be "figured" as to load IE amperage draw

The ammeter only needs to have the wires reversed if it reads the wrong direction, changing ground polarity

Gauges. There's a product called a "Runtz" which is an electronic regulator. You need one for each electrical gauge except the ammeter

And, of course, any other special optional equipment. Some high end cars had automatic headlamp dimmers and other toys. These you'd have to deal with on a come-as basis

There are a couple of ways to go. If you want the car to be "restore correct" I'd seriously consider leaving it 6V You can buy inverters from 6 to 12. You need to do some research and determine which ground this would be. Some manufactures switched in "mid stream."

So far as 12V conversion, not that difficult in general. You MUST convert to NEG ground if you go 12V otherwise your efforts are a waste

For "correct" appearance you could use a 12V generator. Any 12V generator which you can physically mount up will work IF you get a regulator which correctly matches the generator. This is important. Generator regulators must NOT be rated for more amperage than the generator puts out, because the regulator also controls amperage to protect the generator.

The thing that determines ground polarity is twofold. one, how the generator was polarized (sometimes called "flashing the field" or "flashing") and the contacts in the regulator. some OEM regulators were made only for one polarity. Many replacement, aftermarket regulators were built to handle either polarity to reduce stock

Wipers and heater motor need proper dropping resistors. These must be "figured" as to load IE amperage draw

The ammeter only needs to have the wires reversed if it reads the wrong direction, changing ground polarity

Gauges. There's a product called a "Runtz" which is an electronic regulator. You need one for each electrical gauge except the ammeter

And, of course, any other special optional equipment. Some high end cars had automatic headlamp dimmers and other toys. These you'd have to deal with on a come-as basis



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