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Re: 4020 24 volt system dash lights

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John T

01-02-2013 04:37:39
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You may want to insure theres a small jumper wire (and if fuzed its good) from the mid tie point of the two batteries to frame ground. Thats where they join in series in the middle NOT either of the two outermost + or - that go to the starter.

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8850dave

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 Re: 4020 24 volt system dash lights in reply to John T, 01-02-2013 04:37:39  
I have new cables and did put slow blow fuse assembly on the lh rear post.



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Tim S

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 Re: 4020 24 volt system dash lights in reply to 8850dave, 01-02-2013 04:51:09  
You will need to change the wiring a bit,,getting 12 volt to the one side of the indicator light and letting the wire coming up from the oil sender be the ground, the way your hooked up now you have 2 grounds going on,, Like Clif said the 24 volt stuff is still messing with you, they are a strange and unfriendly system....I do away with all of them I can....



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