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JD2305 light problem

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Btaylor12
Join Date: Jul 2008
Posts: 5 Angier, nc
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2008-07-02          155031


I have a JD2305 that recently when I went to turn on the lights (any - flashers, headlights) I heard a small "pop" and they do not work. I have checked the fuses and they are fine. Someone who owns a larger JD told me it was most likely a relay.
Anyone have any experiences with this?

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PaulChristenson
Join Date: Dec 2007
Posts: 83 Vermont
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2008-07-03          155043


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Originally Posted by Btaylor12 | view 155031
I have a JD2305 that recently when I went to turn on the lights (any - flashers, headlights) I heard a small "pop" and they do not work. I have checked the fuses and they are fine. Someone who owns a larger JD told me it was most likely a relay. Anyone have any experiences with this?


When you say you checked the fuses...You mean the MAIN 40 amp fuse next to the starter, as well as 4 fuse block on the fire wall?

If they are all good...then follow the wires away from the battery and look for a bulge in one of the wires... ....

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Btaylor12
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2008-07-04          155072


I did not check the fuse near the starter as the tractor starts and runs fine. I checked the fuse block (4 fuses, 3 are labeled for lights, 1 for glow plugs) all are fine. What is the "bulge" in the wires you are referring to?
Thanks! ....

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PaulChristenson
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2008-07-05          155107


You are looking for fusible links... ....

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