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john deer 214 condensor ground.
|chris||I have a 214 john deer, i found the condenser bolt must have fallen out, tried to put a new bolt and it wont work, would it matter if i grounded it out on another bolt if the wires long enough to the coil ? what would you guys do, im sure i fried the points with this bolt gone that i discovered, the machine skips bad.
|Hoss||Any good ground will work. Some condinsers are in distributors and some are mounted on the block or sheet metal, it really doesn't matter as long as it is grounded well.
|ken||lost ground for flud lights,heater,turn signal
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