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In Reply to: NAA Electrical Work posted by Michael Lacey on Thursday, March 20, 2014:
Michael, my NAA only has a back work light. But I believe the lights are grounded to the sheet metal. From what I can see, the head and rear lights are wired to the one switch, which is connected to the terminal block. Go to the ntractorclub.com site, click on 'How To's' then click on electrical, then on wiring pictograms by JMOR. there is a good example for the lights on an 8N, but none for the NAA.
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