Body electrical system

The electrical system is of the 12 volt. negative earth type. Electricity is generated by an alternator, belt-driven from the crankshaft pulley. A lead-acid storage battery provides a reserve of power for starting and when the demands of the system temporarily exceed the alternator output.

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