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Re: 2910 Diesel Tach and Dash Cluster Again

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Bern

10-31-2019 19:38:31




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Simple. Disconnect oil pressure wire at sending unit on block. Turn on key. Only one light should come on. That is the charge light. Now go to the air cleaner switch by the air filter and short those two wires together. The light that comes on is the air cleaner light. The remaining light is the oil pressure light.

The diodes are to allow both the air cleaner light and the oil light to come on when the oil pressure switch closes. This serves as a bulb check for the air cleaner light.

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Bouncer

10-31-2019 20:23:10




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 Re: 2910 Diesel Tach and Dash Cluster Again in reply to Bern, 10-31-2019 19:38:31  
Just came in from the shop and was sitting down to pretty much type this exact thing up, but I figured out the air cleaner switch by process of elimination by cranking the tractor/removing one bulb at a time/and grounding the switch wires individually. I didn't want to ground them together without a wiring diagram for fear of burning out a diode.

Thanks again to you both for the help!



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