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Re: What did the original TO20 light switch look like?

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02-05-2013 16:23:44

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Fergy dash has three holes. No? Just opened the 1949 TO-20 operators manual. Two holes on dash. Right side. Oil pressure and a small hole tom the right of that. The small hole for the charge indicator light. My wife"s" 50 TO-20 came with the multi position key switch.

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02-05-2013 18:11:33

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 Re: What did the original TO20 light switch look like? in reply to Bruce(OR), 02-05-2013 16:23:44  
They made TO20's with more than 2 holes in the dash. They installed a large plug in the one on the left side. It says in the Ferguson service manual that if you want to install a water temp gauge to remove the large button plug on the left side of the instrument panel. That's where mine is and the light switch is next to it. Here is a drawing from Fena that came from the Ferguson light book and in that articles it states that for standard hood mounted lights knockout holes were provided in hood and dash.The key switch is down below, my tractor is a 1951 and that is the dash layout it has. The TO30 we had was a 1953 and it had the high mounted 4 position switch.

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02-06-2013 18:19:34

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 Re: What did the original TO20 light switch look like? in reply to Jason S., 02-05-2013 18:11:33  
Wife's 50 Fergy TO-20 has the two large holes in the dash and the small hole for the charge light. The two large holes are the oil pressure and the amp gauge. The ignition/light switch is on the lower panel on the left side of the steering wheel. Now if the TO-20 came with the 4 position ign switch, what do you need a light switch for?
The rear work light would have a seperate switch on the light which would give you control of the rear work light and then headlights could be easily controlled with the key switch.

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