Some of you know, I've got a 12 volts powersteering system in my Pontiac since last spring. You know also it's a 6 volts car.
I don't want to switch to 12 since I really like the 6 volts, because it's reliable, and kind of bizarre for some folk. But, 6 volts system limit the capacity to add some accessories. I worked for the last 2 years on a device that can help to correct this problem in a 6 volts car. What I want and what I don't want:Want: run high current 12 volts accessories on my Pontiac like Easydrive and/or radiator cooling fan, keep the car original.don't want: switch to 12 volts, clipping all the front end for modern engine, run a lead acid deep cycle battery in the trunk or somewhere else in the car (and forget to keep it charged correctly when needed...) I built this device for that matter or purpose. The car keep his originality, his 6 volts system and no need to clip or switch to 12 volts. All you need is the Smart Charger and a small 12 volts sealed battery. Those battery are sturdy, cheap, no maintenance and can be flip over and put under the seat. (Like I did), and easy to find everywhere. Please read and if someone is interested let me know. I can tell you it cost must less than anything you need to do to get 12 volts in 6 volts cars, and it work great!!! Fitz.
www.FitzbackGarage.com Look for Easy Steering in your vintage Poncho, Look for the EasyDrive Power Steering System in the web site