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John Deere 1032

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I purchased 1980's or so John Deere 1032 for my son's 1st house. I would like to hook the key switch and safeties back up. Can anyone give me some guidance on how to hook the wires back up? I have a blue wire with a black clip, a black wire with a gray clip a yellow wire with a brown clip coming from a black round electrical component and a red wire with a round terminal from the same round component. I tried inserting a photo but couldn't figure out how, Sorry,
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We really do need a pic for that Question. according to the powers to be here you should be able to upload a photo right quick here. Anyhoo, ALOHA From The Paradise City.

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Hello and welcome to SBF Mike. Here is a link to the Deere service manual which has the wiring diagram in section 40. I believe the red wire with the ring terminal is a ground and goes under the Phillips screw with the other two yellow wires or with a screw, to the empty hole in the same bracket.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/9k1uzy1s5s...1234-01740.pdf

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I also have a John Deere 1032 and were disconnected when I bought it used. If you search the net, you will find a wiring diagram. I've never bothered because I haven't found a reason to do it.

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Thanks for the reply and the info. Very helpful.
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