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1977 Volvo B59

Posted: Thu Feb 13, 2020 6:11 pm
by Doops220659
Hello Brains trust,
I have a 1977 B59 Volvo we are currently stationary and have been for 2 1/2 years in Iluka Northern Rivers NSW. I always started the ol girl at least once a month to keep things charged and lubed. Never had an issue, till today. Turned on the master switch and nothing, not the usual buzzing waiting for it to be started. Full power at the batteries yet nothing up to the switch/ start button. None of the circuit breakers have popped. Far as I can tell the master/isolation switch is wired to the ground side of things. So basically from starting to the next something happened. Any clues? A wiring diagram of the starting circuit would be a bonus.
Cheers

Re: 1977 Volvo B59

Posted: Sun Feb 16, 2020 11:27 am
by Guy_Arab
Doops220659 wrote:Hello Brains trust,
I have a 1977 B59 Volvo we are currently stationary and have been for 2 1/2 years in Iluka Northern Rivers NSW. I always started the ol girl at least once a month to keep things charged and lubed. Never had an issue, till today. Turned on the master switch and nothing, not the usual buzzing waiting for it to be started. Full power at the batteries yet nothing up to the switch/ start button. None of the circuit breakers have popped. Far as I can tell the master/isolation switch is wired to the ground side of things. So basically from starting to the next something happened. Any clues? A wiring diagram of the starting circuit would be a bonus.
Cheers
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GUY ARAB
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Re: 1977 Volvo B59

Posted: Sun Feb 16, 2020 11:29 am
by Guy_Arab
Doops220659 wrote:Hello Brains trust,
I have a 1977 B59 Volvo we are currently stationary and have been for 2 1/2 years in Iluka Northern Rivers NSW. I always started the ol girl at least once a month to keep things charged and lubed. Never had an issue, till today. Turned on the master switch and nothing, not the usual buzzing waiting for it to be started. Full power at the batteries yet nothing up to the switch/ start button. None of the circuit breakers have popped. Far as I can tell the master/isolation switch is wired to the ground side of things. So basically from starting to the next something happened. Any clues? A wiring diagram of the starting circuit would be a bonus.
Cheers
I CAN HELP WITH WIIRING DIAGRAM
tram1one@bigpond.com