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burnt ignition replaced
|Wayne (DOC) P Georgiades||I have a case 380 and I replaced the ignition switch. when I replaced the battery post it tryed to start. there was no key in the switch. I need to check which order they go on the switch. I replaced wire for wire but two or three were loose. can anyone send a diagram on how its to look? or a explaination?
|AJ||Look at the back of the switch to see if you can see any numbers beside the terminals,in general the power feed in goes to #1,with the key switch on #2 should put on the warning lights,the next position #3 should be the starter,it will have to be trial and error,some switches have double terminals,ie #2 could power the warning lights and also the tractor lights,flashers etc,there are lots of models of the 380 if you have to come back mention it.
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