> I really don't want to carry
> an extra jack.)
Shouldn't need to jack the engine up. If necessary, add shims to the motor
mounts (as the factory did) and to the radiator mounts to keep the crank
hole lined up with the crank dog. Don't forget that turning the steering
wheel can also move the center link away from the pulley.
As far as the generator continuing to spin, I guess Dave Massey was right.
If the belt breaks with the generator still spinning, it must not draw
enough current to open the cutout relay. The bug would have helped, too,
since the terminal to the left of 'F' is 'A', which is hot all the time. And
the regulator relay would be closed, connecting 'F' to 'D'.
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