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706 gas questions

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11-02-2012 18:15:24

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Does anyone know what the sensor switch is for on the right hand side of the block? It has two spade terminals and has nothing connected to it.

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11-02-2012 22:51:27

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 Re: 706 gas questions in reply to glennster, 11-02-2012 18:15:24  
Thanks...that helps. At first I thought it was some sort of temperature switch for the carb solenoid as either one is connected to anything.

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morris roessler

11-02-2012 22:39:50

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 Re: 706 gas questions in reply to John_B, 11-02-2012 18:15:24  
my 706 has a frost plug heater in that location with a short pigtail cord. Heater has 2 male prongs and cord has a rubber plug with 2 female recepticals. Maybe someone had made a cord at some point and just left the spade clipes on it..

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11-02-2012 19:51:43

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 Re: 706 gas questions in reply to Jim Becker, 11-02-2012 18:15:24  
Looks pretty light duty to be a block heater. Has spade terminals. Looks more like a switch. To me...will take a second look tomorrow. Thanks.

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11-02-2012 20:18:25

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 Re: 706 gas questions in reply to John_B, 11-02-2012 19:51:43  
I could not find a sender on any diagram for that tractor. I also think it is a block heater. The manufacturers made the prongs pretty short. If you are still curious, pull it out and look. Jim

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11-02-2012 19:36:11

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 Re: 706 gas questions in reply to John_B, 11-02-2012 18:15:24  
John, I believe you are describing a block heater that is missing the power pigtail cord.

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