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So I just got a new ignition switch for my 1992 416 h and when I installed it my test switch crumbled into pieces now I can't get it to fire up

Edited by Ronwheel82
Left out model

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The test switch is powered by 12 volts from the battery so make sure the red wire is not shorted to ground. You likely blew a fuse if it did short. The light panel does not have any influence on the tractor wiring. You can unplug the circuit board if you want.

Garry

 

Adding - make sure your new ignition switch has one terminal identified by the letter I (eye). There are identical switches except for a letter M on them for the ignition and they are not correct for this model.

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When Garry said "The light panel does not have any influence on the tractor wiring."I would add that that is true unless the panel or the 9-pin connector is shorted, in which case it could cause a problem with other tractor wiring.

 

 

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I checked to make sure red wire was not grounded and my 25A fuse stopped blowing, but now when I took up the battery I get nothing when I turn the key. Any thoughts?

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Pto OFF? Try pulling it farther into the OFF position while cranking.

Transmission in neutral?

Those 2 switches control the power from the S terminal on the ignition switch.

30 amps fuse OK? It powers the start relay and the above two switches control it.

 

Garry

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