It's easy, I've thought the same thing myself. Looks to me like you just have to put a simple on/off switch in, toggle, rocker. You could also just unplug it, that's what I did. I don't think it needs a load as many times they don't have a light and the connections are just hanging.
I installed a switch on my snow blower headlight and side marker lights (separate). This way, in the day time, I can switch off the headlight when it is not needed. I posted a review on YouTube: Ariens EFI Platinum snow blower LED upgrades, 2017
+1 on an oversized water tight toggle switch. Much easier to switch on and off vs rocker switch when wearing winter gloves. Not required, but I also recommend adding an inline fuse to the circuit. I used a water tight mini blade fuse holder with 2amp fuse. Cover all wires with split loom and zip ties and you're good to go
i went to the dealer this morning to pick up an original toro key and a knob for the handle for the ccr3650r i just got. from there i went and got a hair cut, haveing the allergic reaction to onions just before christmas ment i couldn't get a hair cut either. once back home i made some lunch...
I am looking to buy a new snowblower before next winter, which is October-ish around here, I have an older 5 hp 23 inch that is starting to struggle with the snow we receive here in Canada, so I want something more powerful. My budget is up to $1800 Canadian which is around $1300 USD or there...
Just wondering if anyone knows how many CC's are these older 10.5 HP Tecumseh engines?
Note....this add is used as an example....not thinking about buying this particular unit
I just received an 26" 8.5hp 2-stage for free and I don't have much room to store it in my garage. Can anyone share, or point me to clever ways to store it without taking up much space? I continue to search the forums but have not found much. Thx.
In this thread we'll talk about the do's and don'ts of LED headlight upgrades for your snowblower, and post videos and pictures of our successes.
There are many models of snowblowers that have a headlight circuit, In most cases you can find a single wire that registers at anywhere from 12v to...