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Does Anyone Have A Wiring Diagram For Jd110 #250825


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#1 bnz 41 OFFLINE  

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Posted February 11, 2013 - 04:47 PM

Would anyone be able to help?  I am still trying to get my 110 working.  Now I have no spark but new points, condenser, magneto coil, and flywheel(don't ask, I screwed up the old one).  I noticed that the wiring is jury-rigged and am wondering if that is my problem.  One of the prongs on the switch isn't connected to anything :-(.  I'm hoping to simply check to make sure everything is hooked up to the right connections and replace the spliced wires.

 

I've looked high and low online and haven't been able to find a diagram for a 110 with k181 and magneto coil.  If anyone has one that they could post or e-mail.  I would really appreciate it.

 

Thanks

 

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Posted February 11, 2013 - 05:51 PM

Jeff I had to check an see which manuals I have, I do have one for the L100-130 tech. manual which I don't think will help you.

 

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Posted February 11, 2013 - 09:25 PM

http://gardentractor...10-wiring-help/

 

it was posted by JDBrian back on March 19, 2012 - 02:47 PM

 

hope this help 



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Posted February 12, 2013 - 01:22 AM

Hi Jeff, I've a manual for the sn-100.000 tractor. Maybe the Diagnosing Malfunctions chapter can help you

 

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Posted February 12, 2013 - 05:58 AM

There seem to be lots of variations in the 110. It would be nice if someone with knowledge of the 110 history could provide information on the 110's evolution. I'd gladly pin that post for future reference.



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Posted February 12, 2013 - 08:31 AM

I have not figured out the details but can offer this on the FF 110's  According to JDparts the serial numbers break out as follows:

100,000 - 250,000

250,001 - ?

 

I believe the significant changes that took place at 250,000 is the move to later PTO which was used on the 200 series.  I also believe there was a move to an engine cradle instead of directly mounting the engine to the frame.  Another hint of the 200 series machines eased into production before the 200 series release.  Also, the k241 was released in the 110 starting with serial 250,001.

 

WFM has this for serial number breakouts:

 

1968 100,001 - 130,000 Kohler K181

1969 130,001 - 160,000 Kohler K181

1970 160,000 - 185,000 Kohler K181

1971 185,001 - 250,000 Kohler K181 1972

250,001 - 260,000 Kohler K181

1972 260.001 - 272,000 Kohler K241 (10hp)

1973 272,001 - 285,000 Kohler K181

1973 285,001 - 310,000 Kohler K241

1974 310,001 - 320,000 Kohler K181

1974 320,001 - Kohler K241


Edited by Trav1s, February 12, 2013 - 08:35 AM.





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