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Rear Electrical Outlet ?

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Topic: Rear Electrical Outlet ?
Subject: Rear Electrical Outlet ?
Date Posted: 14 Jan 2022 at 5:54pm
To those that run a D series/100 series tractor(s), do you use the 12 volt outlet for anything? We attempted to run the monitor for a JD planter off of it, but that was an epic fail Cry . Just curious as to what can be ran off of that junction Smile.

Posted By: DiyDave
Date Posted: 14 Jan 2022 at 6:26pm
That terminal is just a voltage checker.  you use your tongue, make sure to touch both terminals!LOL

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Date Posted: 14 Jan 2022 at 6:45pm
What a waste CryOuch

Posted By: DrAllis
Date Posted: 14 Jan 2022 at 7:38pm
It was intended to operate rear lights on any implements you were pulling, so if you turned on your headlites, the planter monitor should have worked.

Posted By: steve(ill)
Date Posted: 14 Jan 2022 at 7:52pm
DR... were they just 18 gauge wires ? Maybe a 5 amp load ?  Not heavy duty 12 gauge for "OTHER" 20 amp loads ?

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Posted By: DrAllis
Date Posted: 14 Jan 2022 at 8:31pm
The light circuit was on a 20 amp fuse and this connection was part of that circuit.  18 or 16 gauge wire. One tail light on an implement was what it was designed for.

Posted By: Brian F(IL)
Date Posted: 15 Jan 2022 at 9:11am
When I was in high school, we used a One-Seventy to pull a homecoming float.  I wired up some floodlights on the float and used the connection on the tractor to provide the power.

Posted By: Codger
Date Posted: 15 Jan 2022 at 9:34am
I did something like that to a friends 175 by replacing the power receptacle with a 7 pin round type and wiring it into the tractor with a forklift reverse switch to serve as a brake lamp switch. Worked well as his boy was on the HS football team and that tractor shuttled the team around the infield whenever a home game, track meet, or local parade was taking place. Plenty of lights and strobes too. 

Date Posted: 15 Jan 2022 at 6:04pm
Originally posted by DrAllis DrAllis wrote:

It was intended to operate rear lights on any implements you were pulling, so if you turned on your headlites, the planter monitor should have worked.
Sadly, between the battery, VR, key switch, HL switch, the JD monitor went hay wire Confused. After clipping off the 2 post  female  connector and  re-attaching alligator clips to be DIRECTLY attached to the battery, all was good ClapClap 

Posted By: JC-WI
Date Posted: 15 Jan 2022 at 6:24pm
I used the two post receptacle to run the electric speed control adjuster on the NH square bale thrower.  Hooked it up under the dash to have power when the key was on.
  On the 190, I just wired in from battery post on the solenoid an extension cord cut off to length with female end, then used the male end and wire nutted that to the Vermeer round baler electric twine tie. for two years I would grab the plugs and connect to tie, and reverse connect to return the arm... until I mounted a momentary contact double throw double post in the cab and wired it for forward and reverse. was much nicer to bump the switch. and the plugs are still used for when hooking up the baler and unhooking.

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Posted By: Steve in NJ
Date Posted: 15 Jan 2022 at 8:24pm
Now that there was funny Dave!  Big smile

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Posted By: AC720Man
Date Posted: 15 Jan 2022 at 9:49pm
A warning light plugs into that plug on our D15 Series II and attaches to a wagon or piece of equipment. The light is still in its factory box in our shop.

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