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Re: Can someone define what a wiring harness is?

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05-03-2003 05:39:39

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All the wires of the proper gage/size, length, color, terminal configuration bundled into one plastic wrapped unit. The main harness will do the engine,switch,meters,generator, starter, etc. The light harness obviouly is for the lights. Egine harness is about $20. Just lay it out, over the old one. Disconnect the old, replace with new, one connection at a time. Really simple and cheap to do.

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05-03-2003 12:56:45

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 Re: Re: Can someone define what a wiring harness is? in reply to RICKWI, 05-03-2003 05:39:39  
Thanks rick, I dont see any on this site for a 601 workmaster, can you tell me where I might be able to make an online purchase?

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05-03-2003 14:03:08

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 Re: Re: Re: Can someone define what a wiring harness is? in reply to Jeff Mans, 05-03-2003 12:56:45  
Jeff, I have a wiring harness for the 600 and 800 Series. It's new, never been used. It's yours if you e-mail me your address. Cover shipping; and next time I'm in Minnesota you owe me a beer.

Hows that?

Tom M in New Hampshire

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05-05-2003 07:34:20

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Can someone define what a wiring harness is? in reply to Yes,, 05-03-2003 14:03:08  
The money's in the mail. Thanks Tom.

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05-03-2003 15:07:16

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Can someone define what a wiring harness is? in reply to Yes,, 05-03-2003 14:03:08  
Well maybe when your in MN I'll still get ya a beer.
Thanks for the offer but I think murn is right.

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05-03-2003 14:57:56

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Can someone define what a wiring harness is? in reply to Yes,, 05-03-2003 14:03:08  
600 and 800 series whould not be correct. this series had an amp gauge,the 601 and 801 had a light.see your new holland dealer,he should be able to help you.

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