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Re: Light switch

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Jim L WA

06-11-2020 14:59:43




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Vgershon, If you were capable of figuring this out yourself, you wouldn't be asking for help. First thing to do is flip the switch the opposite way you found it and see if your recharged battery will hold. If so you proved where the drain is coming from. If not, then that MAY not be the source of the drain. You say there was no sign of there ever being headlights on your 8N, so that switch isn't a headlight switch. The next thing you need to do is trace the wires from the switch and see where they go. Then you might know what the switch is or was for. Get back to us and let us know what you found.

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Vgershon

06-11-2020 15:32:09




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 Re: Light switch in reply to Jim L WA, 06-11-2020 14:59:43  
Yep, Im a tractor idiot. When I saw the switch I flipped it back and forth thinking whats this? Not sure which way it started!
Ill try tracing the wires tomorrow.



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