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#1 JakeKuhn OFFLINE  

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Posted March 26, 2013 - 06:11 AM

Hi guys,

I am in need of a wiring harness for a 70 jd 112 with a kohler k241. Mine somehow caught on fire and I don't think I am smart enough to redo it. Let me know if you have one, may have jd 110 parts to trade rather than money if your looking for something.

 

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Posted March 26, 2013 - 07:30 AM

Try our sponsors. Good Luck, Rick



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Posted March 26, 2013 - 07:51 AM

Jake, I don't believe that you don't have the knowledge to redo it.  You can! 

 

Finding a good used harness is going to be tough.  Unless you are really concerned about originality, I usually make my own out of modern wire.  I buy a 100 foot roll of 12 or 14 gauge, small package of 10, and a few packages of terminals at an auto parts store for c.$35, and that will do a couple tractors.

 

You need a wiring diagram and a pair of cutters/crimpers.  Assume everything is wrong that's currently on the tractor, and remake it all according to the diagram.  If you have the old harness that you know is original and not a hack job, you can make copies off of it. 

 

Ben W.

 



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Posted March 26, 2013 - 08:28 AM

I agree with Ben. You should be able to do this yourself. In the end you will learn a lot and have a new harness without the inevitable corroded connections that are in a used one. If you can find some photos of a 112 to see how the wires run and a diagram then you can do this yourself and have some fun while you're at it. 



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Posted March 26, 2013 - 10:03 AM

Or ask your friendly Deere dealer. I can ask, if it's still on stock. If you're interested in this way, plz let me know.

 

And you can build your own harness using single cables and a cable spiral to fix it.



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Posted April 03, 2013 - 07:31 PM

I am no longer in need of a harness. I was able to repair one I had out of a 110 that I parted out. (Mods could you please delete the topic?)

 

Thanks, Jake







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