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JD MT dash

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rapidfire

01-12-2018 12:22:53




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In the dash, what's the small hole directly above the main switch for? I thought someone drilled it but seen several more with the same hole. Just curious.




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Hay maker2

01-16-2018 11:53:36




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 Re: JD MT dash in reply to rapidfire, 01-12-2018 12:22:53  
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Yes the center hole can be used for the fuel selector rod, but it is also used for the push button as stated.



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M-MAN

01-12-2018 21:28:23




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 Re: JD MT dash in reply to rapidfire, 01-12-2018 12:22:53  
Center hole is for the all fuel selector rod.



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Brendon-KS

01-12-2018 19:59:10




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 Re: JD MT dash in reply to rapidfire, 01-12-2018 12:22:53  
I always thought this hole was for the fuel tank selector used on all-fuel models.



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Bob Harvey

01-12-2018 16:38:57




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 Re: JD MT dash in reply to rapidfire, 01-12-2018 12:22:53  
How small is the hole? Sometimes (if 1/4" or thereabouts) it was used for a locater pin on the switch. HTH



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rapidfire

01-12-2018 13:28:38




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 Re: JD MT dash in reply to rapidfire, 01-12-2018 12:22:53  
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Thanks Hay maker2!



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Hay maker2

01-12-2018 13:15:38




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 Re: JD MT dash in reply to rapidfire, 01-12-2018 12:22:53  
The pedestal (panel) is used on the M, MI, and MT. There should be 2 unused holes. The one in the center is used on the MI when there is an MI-7 belly mower hooked up to it. On the mower there is a kill switch that will cut the ignition system out if you hit something to trip the cutter bar. They install a manual override switch in the center hole so you can start the tractor again and back up to reset the cutter bar. You must hold the button in until the kill switch is deactivated.
The other unused hole is in the upper right corner, this is for the shutter control if your lucky enough to have an all-fuel tractor.

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rusty wheel

01-12-2018 12:51:05




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 Re: JD MT dash in reply to rapidfire, 01-12-2018 12:22:53  
maybe a dash light



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hotflashjr

01-16-2018 05:58:49




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 Re: JD MT dash in reply to rusty wheel, 01-12-2018 12:51:05  
This is what I did on my MT was added a dash light through the hole. It worked nicely for seeing gauges in the dark and almost looked like it should be there.



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