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Wireing night mare

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Martin (NE)

02-27-2002 21:37:21




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Does anyone have a wireing diagram for a WD. I bought one that someone had done a cut job for a 12 volt system that didn't work. I've got the generator, cut out relay, but don't know where the wires go. There is only a amp meter and a light switch on the dash. This tractor does not have a mag. It has a coil and distributor. Thanks.




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Jim Guarino, Agri-Services 716-937-6618

03-01-2002 02:47:38




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 Re: wireing night mare in reply to Martin (NE), 02-27-2002 21:37:21  
We make the original type cloth wiring harnesses for farm tractors, including the AC letter models. We label all of the wires, and we include a connection sheet. Check out our web site: www.wiringharnesses.com



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JMS/MN

02-28-2002 23:09:21




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 Re: wireing night mare in reply to Martin (NE), 02-27-2002 21:37:21  
You can always rely on Duey and Richard L. to give you good information!



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Martin (NE)

02-28-2002 19:16:56




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 Re: wireing night mare in reply to Martin (NE), 02-27-2002 21:37:21  
Thanks for all the suggestions. I knew I could get some help. Thanks Again Martin



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Steve in N.J.

02-28-2002 07:12:28




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 Re: wireing night mare in reply to Martin (NE), 02-27-2002 21:37:21  
Marty,

I've been designing new wiring harnesses for the Allis line of tractors,and have the diagrams at my shop. E-mail me if you didn't find a diagram. Do you want to keep the 12V conversion or put it back to 6V? There's a couple different avenues that you can go with it. I can probably help ya out one way or the other with your delema......



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Duey (IA)

02-28-2002 07:03:08




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 Re: wireing night mare in reply to Martin (NE), 02-27-2002 21:37:21  
Martin,
Here is a link to my web page that has 6 and 12 volt wiring diagrams. Duey



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JMS/MN

02-28-2002 06:33:55




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 Re: wireing night mare in reply to Martin (NE), 02-27-2002 21:37:21  
Martin- check pages 56 and 57 in the AC archives on this site. WD and WD45 wiring questions are posted there, with responses.



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