Running continuity checks on the light wiring today as long as I can stand to do it. Every kid in the neighborhood that wanders by gets asked if he wants to sit in a combine. And while you're up there...could you flick that switch on and off a couple times? Not near enough kids around here today. Honestly, only my own.
The front work lights have two connection points. One is a flat connector with two places for male spade connections. There are male spade connections on the back of the lights that this hooks to. The harness wires to these connectors are white w/stripe and black respectively. The second connection to the light is a red wire at a separate connection. I cannot find a combination of these wires to give me a hit on the VOM meter. In the world of 12v that I am used to, red was hot and black (and sometimes white) were grounds. This has two batteries connected together so I am thinking 24v unless there is a resistor to drop it down to standard lights? Since I have not found a shop book yet, does anyone have a wiring diagram for the lights on this combine? Something you can either post a copy or at least tell me what each of these wires is (hot, ground, etc)? I would be happy with just a description of what each wire is. Probably can take it from there.
Also, if I have to trace these wires back are they in the cab roof or side panel?