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35 chopper

06-23-2013 18:32:42

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TX Jim, I checked the circuit breakers with a cotinuity tester and it shows they are closed. I assume you are refering to the ones mounted on the removable plate that holds the key and light switch?

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35 Chopper

06-23-2013 18:44:03

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 Re: 3020 lights in reply to 35 chopper, 06-23-2013 18:32:42  
I did notice a couple of things looking at the starter pic. I think there is only one blue wire and two browns? I need to print the drawing out and double check. also not a jumper from 28 to the the solenoid post? Again I will double check. Thanks for your help.

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35 Chopper

06-23-2013 19:37:55

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 Re: 3020 lights in reply to 35 Chopper, 06-23-2013 18:44:03  
TX Jim, I confirmed the starter wiring and everything is per the drawing except we have two brown wires on the solinoid. I check voltage at the light switch as follows: Brown has 12V with Key on, Blue has 12V+? key on 12V-? with key off. Also checked voltage at lights: Inside (yellow wire) alwayse has 12V regardless of key position, Outside (green wire) responds to light switch. Really confusing.

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Tx Jim

06-24-2013 05:13:14

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 Re: 3020 lights in reply to 35 Chopper, 06-23-2013 19:37:55  
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Welcome to JD's 24 volt wiring!!!! I can't remember but are the 2 brown wires crimped in the same eyelet? It sounds as if the light switch isn't wired correctly. Have you double checked the wiring on light switch?

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35 Chopper

06-24-2013 08:06:55

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 Re: 3020 lights in reply to Tx Jim, 06-24-2013 05:13:14  
Both browns are landed on the same solenoid post. The light switch wires have not been removed or unpluged for a verylong time and the lights have worked in tha last few months. I can confirm them later today. Thanks!

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