Category Archive: Pontiac

May 07

Charging Circuit Diagram For The 1955 Pontiac All Models

Here is the charging circuit diagram for the 1955 Pontiac all models. The charging system is made from these following components: generator, solenoid, voltage regulator, ammeter, and a 12 volt battery. The charging circuit diagram also shows the connections heading to the starter, and to ignition switch. Please take the time to study the wiring …

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May 06

Charging Circuit Diagram For The 1953-54 Pontiac All Models

This charging circuit diagram belongs to the 1953-1954 Pontiac all models. The components inside the charging system are: 6 volt battery, solenoid, generator, ammeter, and voltage regulator. Before performing any wiring work, do study the schematic to get a thorough knowledge about the wiring system. Click on image to view it larger in a new …

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May 04

Charging Circuit Diagram For The 1940-52 Pontiac All Models

The following image is the charging circuit diagram for the 1940-1952 Pontiac all models. The schematic shows these components inside: 6 volt battery, voltage regulator, generator, ammeter, and solenoid. The connections here are: to ignition switch, and to starter. Study the schematic to get a comprehensive understanding about the charging system of the Pontiac. Click …

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May 03

Starting Circuit Diagram For The 1955 Pontiac All Models

The schematic here is the starting circuit diagram for the 1955 Pontiac all models. The Pontiac have these components inside their starting system: solenoid, 12 volt battery, ignition and starter switch, resistor, and coil. The system doesn’t use neutral safety switch in it. The connections shown here are including connection to battery, accessories, and to …

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Apr 30

Starting Circuit Diagram For The 1940-48 Pontiac All Models

Here we can see the starting circuit diagram for the 1940-1948 Pontiac all models. The schematic shows the components inside the starting system, they are including: 6 volt battery, starter, and mechanical starter switch. The schematic is quite simple actually, but you will still need to study them first to get a comprehensive understanding about …

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