In Reply to: Re: 9N ? posted by Tiger Dobrenic on July 18, 2020 at 10:27:36:
Look above at my post for wiring. You have a 2N generator; a 1-Wire/3-Brush 11 AMP 'A' Circuit design that uses the roundcan cutout -you don't have a Voltage Regulator. Don't go by old pictures either -they may or may not be correct anyway. Use the OEM wiring diagram and JMOR's pictograms. The 2N-10000 generator had the Belt Tensioner Device affixed onto the barrel -see PIC
The 9N/2N Belt Tensioner was first offered on the 2N-10000 generator as an attached part included with the unit. At the same time FORD offered an optional belt tensioner for the 9N-10000-C generator but used a steel belt that the barrel attached to. NOTE pictures show both. The optional device was a dealer supplied accessory. The generators were virtually the same unit, the same barrel diameter, a 1-Wire/3-Brush, 11 AMP, A-Circuit unit except the earlier 9N-C generator did not have the attached stationery bracket using two bolts. The steel band included the required bracket needed. I have a restored/rebuilt to OEM specs 2N-10000 complete with the belt tensioner for sale and also a tensioner kit for the 9N-10000-C unit. NOTE: The belt tensioner on the first two 9N generators, the '9N-A' and the '9N-B' units will not work. Email is open.
OEM FORD 2N-10000 GENERATOR WITH BELT TENSIONER ATTACHED:
OEM FORD 9N-10000-C GENERATOR WITH BELT TENSIONER OPTION – NOTE STEEL BAND: