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 01-17-2006, 19:59 Post: 122908
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I'm having trouble with my tail lights and the rear flood. on the right hand side of the tractor under the wheel well there is two wires coming from the rear flood. The green one is hooked up but the red one is not and I can't find any trace of a wire ever being there for this. On the tail lights, When I first got the tractor only one light worked the left side running light. Now nothing, I changed the bulbs and looked around but nothing. Does any one have any suggestions I may try?






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 01-18-2006, 04:41 Post: 122928
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On the rear work light if you hook both the wires together the work light will shine brighter,like a high and low beam, with just 1-wire connected it's dim with both it's bright

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On the tail lights, check the switch ,and fuses, the old style switchs were not very good also if it's the pull out type of switch it has a fuse on the switch,check that.

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 01-18-2006, 06:59 Post: 122934
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Aside from the fact that the assemblies are very cheaply made, grounding is the 2nd biggest problem with lights on Chinese tractors. They paint first, install the lighting later. Make sure both rear light assemblies and the flood light ground wires are grounded to bare metal. Then re-assess the situation. From that point, the issue could go a few other directions.

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Thanks guys, I will try wiring both the wires together and see what I get. As for the directional and stop light. I found the stop light switch broken today and after some playing around with the wires I was able to get the right stop light on very bright and the left one comes on but very dim. Does this tell you any thing? Neither direction light works, new switch. Oh and on the other switch, it does have a fuse but the fuse looks good.






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Dim bulb is often either inadequate ground or wrong bulb

Directional signals may need new flasher. Mine was under the hood. Don't believe the fuse in the light switch was wired to anything on mine. I assumed it was for aux lighting or something.

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 01-21-2006, 09:20 Post: 123164
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worked on cars for years and many many light problems are corrected by good grounding. Inspect the connections to the frame, clean grease and tighten, also make sure that the connection between wire and connector aren't all corroded if so cut off old one crimp on new one and use electrical grease on connection






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You will have to buy a heavy duty flasher. The vibration knocked mine out twice. I just used a wire tie and tied it to the wire loom to reduce the vibration.






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I don't have a good wiring diagram so I will need to start digging for the flasher. Can anyone give me a hint where it is and what it looks like? Thanks






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As I said, under the hood. Mine was very visible, tie wrapped to a bracket or something alongside the valve cover - simply hanging off the end of a connector. Heavy duty is not required, unless you wire in a trailer harness. A standard duty thermal flasher will do just fine. I seem to recall changing the connectors, but it was only a five minute job. Should look like this: http://www.midwayautosupply.com/images/trico/536_3X.jpg

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