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1997 New Holland wiring problem

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dmoore5789
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2019-02-25          198215


I recently got a 87 NH 1925, and it needed a starter. I bought one and installed it. No power to instruments. I tested tge relays, but not tge safety switches. Thatís next. I Checked fuses and main 30 amp. All ok. I found the previous owner cut thw hw14 and tge hw11b wire to a toggle button. I want to fix it correctly. My question is, Where do these go? The repair manual says to a 6amp diode, but thereís only 2 diodes all wired correctly. If thatís it, where can I find the diode to purchase it at? The power from these are from the Seems tge power from the ignition switch goes to tge hw14 into tge 6amp diode to tge hw11b, one direction. All help appreciated. Ps. Testing the ignition switch next. Also, can tgese simply be spliced together?

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