Question about John Deere Seat 4210 4310 4410 4510 4610 4710 Tractor
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You likely knocked a wire out of the forward or reveres potentiometers,which are located under the right floor pan and are attached to the foot pedals.If they are in place then they may have bee hit and now need to be re-calibrated,if so call your J.D. dealer.
Posted on Jun 15, 2010
I took one off yesterday, (the type with two bolts) and managed to get it off with just ordinary spanners. I had to take all the bolts out of the bonnet and side panels, and lift it up about 12" to get a spanner at the bottom bolt! Its awkward, but it can be done!
Posted on Mar 08, 2011
SOURCE: Do you have a wiring
Generally starters ground through the engine, so that only leaves the positive wire. That one comes from the starting solinoid. Starting solinoid gets power from the battery. Anyway these wires are the biggest ones on the machine including the negative/ground wire from the battery.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 30, 2011
Call me, or email me there are so many options, I would like to know exactly what you need. Solutions are simple, I have worked on AC and DC vurrent all my life and even have some designs on youtube, and have taught seminars for Delco, Leece-Neville/Prestolite, and designs for A/P and Twin Roter. Shmburns@yahoo.com
Posted on Dec 24, 2011
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