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ringtail
Join Date: Oct 2004
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2005-09-07          116012


Can anyone tell me what wires I need to plug into to wire up a rear work light on a TC40

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StephenR
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2005-09-07          116021


If it's anything like the TC33D, there should already be wiring in the ROPs. ....

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Iowafun
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2005-09-07          116032


I'm no NH expert, but most manufacturers will have included connectors for such features into the stock wire harness. It's easier and cheaper to do it up front. On my JD4310, the wires for a rear light were located at the back of the unit near the back of the seat. My light is mounted on my ROPS and they have existing holes for routing a wire through the ROPS to the main harness connections. Take a close look, if the NH engineers did their job right, the connections should be there for you. ....

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oneace
Join Date: Mar 2004
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2005-09-07          116047


They are there. They will have a black rubber cap over them and are zip tied to the rops in front of the fuel tank. ....

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ringtail
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2005-09-07          116049


Thanks everyone for the responses. oneace they were right where you said. I have already got the light wired up and ready for the early nights.
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2005-09-08          116071


ringtail - you'll love having that light pointed out back. Not just so you can what your implement is doing, but so you can easily hookup that implement you forgot to attach yesterday when it was light outside. ....

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2016-01-14          194326


Can you post a pic of where these connectors are? I have a Boomer 35 and can't find them either.

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