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Re: John Deere 420 Crawler fuse

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Jim, I connected a wire directly from the battery to the two front lights, and they lite up just fine. So the lights are working fine. They are the lights with just bulbs in them and single wire.

Then I connected a wire directly from the battery to the rear light. It did not light up. It is a sealed beam light with two wires, with one being a ground. I ran a wire from the ground side to what I thought would be a good ground on the crawler. The light still did not lite up. However, when I ran a ground to the ground (positive on this tractor) side of the battery, the light did lite up. So on that light it is simply a bad ground. I have ran into this before on 6 volt lights, and I will need to figure out a better ground.

I have bent up the fuse holder bad enough getting it out (only 60 plus years old) that it may not be working now. I am waiting on getting a new one. Now it is possible that a 20 amp fuse will work. Or there is some wire crossed at the switch or near the switch. I would not think any from the switch to the battery or else the crawler would not start. Thanks for the help, and I will keep you posted.

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