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On most alternator/generators you need the wires connected to excite or power up the generator for it to produce voltage.If you are checking voltage with no wiring connected this may be why this is occuring here.If you can connect the wiring to it and see if you have voltage then.If this still does not work and you have no voltage I would speak with the facility that rebuilt it and see if they can re check their rebuild to see if this is an issue that was caused by them.
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