I am need of a clear diagram to correct a light issue. My manual is not as clear as what I need. Many thanks in advance!
It was man vs. the T Saturday morning. Man won. After four hours, and going through the entire electrical system, my problem was a headlamp socket, which either through time or intent, had slid a fraction of an inch forward. Just enough for the plug not to sit squarely and securely inside. Now on to my next conquest - getting the rear light to work.
The headlamp would only faintly dim and nothing more. Now, it works as it should. A proper ground is a wonderful thing...
Depending on what month you T was assembled, the cutout may have been mounted on the firewall. However, if your car is an open model, chances are it never even had a generator!
This was my February 1920 with a firewall mounted cutout .
This is my 1920 Canadian Touring with a dash mounted cutout.