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I have freinds who are NOT regular users of the once Famous Oliver diesel. WHen ever they use my tractor, they pull the fuel shut off but forget to turn the key off which if I dont go back and check for a few weeks, it ruins my battery. I bought a little red lite to hook up so when the tractor is not charging but the switch is on, that the red lite will display. can I hook this up to the ammeter? If not what is the right way to hook it up? thanks, Alan
|Rexalot.||I would look at a 1600/1800 Oliver wiring diagram as to how to install a charging indicator light. I know the 1800 tractor has a light rather than an amp gauge. It should be the same as the ammeter. The IT manual should depict both gas and diesel versions.