All Tr6's are negative ground, and it is a 12 Volt system.
Don't be scared, they are a lot easier to work on than modern
cars, and a lot more fun to drive.
> Just bought my first LBC (never even heard the term, never mind know
> what it stood for, until I started reading this list) a week ago.
> Frankly, you folks are scaring me into wanting to sell it already!
> Anyway, bear with me over the short term as I try to become a LBC
> backyard mechanic (and no more, thank you).
> I understand that the '73 TR6 I have is a positive ground vehicle (In
> terms of charging the battery or jumping, exactly the opposite as my
> Jeep, correct?)
> I've also seen posts referring to 6V coils. Isn't a '73 a 12V system?
> Let's start here and I'll get progressively more detailed and
> inquisitive as time goes on...
> Thanks in advance to everyone.
> Jeff in Mass.(USA)
> '73 TR6
> '73 Datsun 240Z (1st project, sidetracked by TR6)
> '71 Datsun 240Z (beautiful and ready to go)