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 08-17-2004, 11:16 Post: 93725
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I hope someone can help me identify a loose plug on my '04 L3130. At the base of the ROPS on the right-hand-side is a small wiring harness with a grey modular plug at the end. It is just sitting on the platform near the seat. Any idea what this is? Electrical connection for a cab perhaps? Is it switched with the ignition? Amperage? Too many questions? Wink yeah right

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 08-17-2004, 13:43 Post: 93739
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Could it be a factory harness for optional ROPS-mounted work lights?






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 08-17-2004, 14:48 Post: 93747
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If it is a single load plug, good chance it is for the rear work lights. Found a similar plug on my B7800, right side, behind the seat, and turned out to be the rear work light plug. It was a pleasant surprise.






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 08-17-2004, 20:32 Post: 93768
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I noticed the same plug on my new L3130. As near as I can tell from the schematic, it is for the work light. I am disappointed in the Kubota schematics, I am used to following the GMC schematics where the circuits are numbered and therefore easier to find each of the end points and to trace them through.






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texbaylea, where did you find those schematics? I too and used to mucking around with GM electrical service manuals so I'd love to understand the systems on my l3130.

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The schematics are in the last section of the service manual. I paid $82 and change for the manual but I have always found it to be money well spent. I had the manual about 3 weeks before the tractor was finally delivered so knew quite a lot about the tractor when I was able to start using it.

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