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Ed form mason

02-24-2013 03:27:44

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Took the control panel off from the batt box and it looks like it is the 3-way switch that is smoking. It starts to smoke before you even attempted to start it. Looks like it is smoking from the resistor not the switch it's self. Yet the fuse dose not blow out. Going over all the diagrams for the electrical. I have it all hooked up as if it was a G and not a WD. Looking at them both they look the same only the G has it set up for the distributer and the one in my WD book is set up for a mag. That is the only thing I see different.

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Ed form mason

02-24-2013 03:39:06

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 Re: WD in reply to Ed form mason, 02-24-2013 03:27:44  
I am wondering if there is a way of hooking the switched up one at a time while I have the battery hooked up to maybe see what switch or part is making it smoke. I hate like [XXX] to burn up the new wiring harness or anything else along the way. Is there a way of testing cut outs switches and such with out having them hooked up. I just feel like ever since this issue has started all I have done is throw money at it and not getting the problem fixed. The part that bugs me the most is it was running last when I parked it in the barn last spring.

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