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It starts and runs, right? So the solenoid is not the problem.
The 640 originally had a 3 post solenoid, not four.
So it is difficult to tell what a previous owner has done
and finding a standard wiring diagram is all but out.
I'm confident we can help with the wiring, but we're not there
to lay eyes and hands on it, so you'll need to do the work.
Can you trace that wire back and see where the other end goes?
If everything is working correctly, you could probably just tape
that wire up and be fine. Leave it though, in case you later find
something that is not working.
What I would really prefer to see is the tractor put back to original
so the neutral safety switch worked and nobody got run over.
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