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JD2210can
Join Date: Aug 2004
Posts: 8 Ontario Canada
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2006-04-11          127551


I have a 2210 and want to add a horn and extra lights.
was wondering if anyone has added extra circuits to the electrical system. I figure i would just take a line off the battery and put a in line fuse. Or create a extra fuse block
any ideas would be great.


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Iowafun
Join Date: Jul 2004
Posts: 955 Central Iowa
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2006-04-11          127558


I can't speak to a horn. But for extra lights mounted to the ROPS, look at the wire harness behind your seat for leads already in place for lights. My 4310 had that built into the wire harness. Sure makes it easier than adding a new circuit. Mine was behind the seat above/around the 3pt area. ....

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bmeyer
Join Date: Jul 2004
Posts: 175 Central Wisconsin
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2006-04-11          127566


The 2210 has a connector at the rear of the seat. It can be used to run a set of back-up lights. It is controlled by the light switch on the dash.

My only problem was mating the connector they used. I cut theirs off and installed my own. Look at my pics and you might see a yellow wire cover - that's where the line is.

I recently wanyed power up front fro a sprayer. I could not find a source up under the hood by the lights. I would up drilling a swutch into the dash and running a line up to the battery as you plan to do. It isn't hard, but it is clumsy. An extra socket on the fuse bank would have been helpful.

Berland Meyer ....

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whiteturbo
Join Date: May 2005
Posts: 77 Shelby NC
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2006-04-12          127589


My 3520 has the wires already installed for the horn. Look nearf the frint top of the radiator and it should have two wires they will go back to the instrument cluster. Just remove it and drill a small hole and the orn will have a push button. Dealer sells the kit that includes the horn and button. ....

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