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    Default Jinma 284 electrical schematic (2005, integrated instrunment panel)

    In troubleshooting my tach failure (bad sensor, only putting out .5V signal instead of the nearly 5V signal the tach needs to operate) I pulled my cowling and also did some wire cleanup. This gave me the chance to finally finish the updated electrical schematic I started several years ago, which I have attached here.

    Enjoy!
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    Default Re: Jinma 284 electrical schematic (2005, integrated instrunment panel)

    Very nice Is this an as-built or does it include your mods too?
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    Default Re: Jinma 284 electrical schematic (2005, integrated instrunment panel)

    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Rooks View Post
    Very nice Is this an as-built or does it include your mods too?
    As-built... I havn't done any electrical mods, this is from the factory wiring...

    I am about to modify the glow plug wiring though. From the factory, the wire leaving the key heater post is maybe 14GA. It goes to the fuse block multi pin connector, to the 30A heater fuse, and back to the multipin connector, then back around the tank, past the key and around the left sde and out to the front of the glow plug connecting bar. I discovered a problem at the multi connector, and actually get a little smoke off the wire between the fuse and multi connector when I key the glowplugs. It is a poor crimp, and marginal wire size for 30A of glowplug current. Since I do not have the necessary multi pin spade connectors or fuse block spades to repair it properly, I am going to disconnect it at the key and glowplugs, and run a 10GA wire with inline blade fuse direct from the heater post to the rear of the glowplug connector bar. Appropriate wire gauge and less than half the original wire length from source to load... Ideally Jinma should have put a HD relay at the fuseblock for this like they did for the horn...
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    Default Re: Jinma 284 electrical schematic (2005, integrated instrunment panel)

    Less labor intensive method is to mount a cheap Ford-type starter relay under the hood. Disconnect the OE wire from the glow plug buss bar and put it on the relay S post. Then run your 10ga from one of the larger relay terminals to the buss bar. Use another piece of 10ga to connect the 2nd relay terminal to your power source. If you don't have a Ford type keyswitch, there's also a way to wire the relay source so that the glow plugs will heat when the starter is cranking too.

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    Default Re: Jinma 284 electrical schematic (2005, integrated instrunment panel)

    Thanks for the diagram Ron. A couple of winters ago I replaced the glow plug wiring by running a 10 guage wire with an inline fuse from the ignition switch to the glow plug bar. I simply taped off the other wires since it was winter and I do not like to work in the cold! Has worked fine since

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    Default Re: Jinma 284 electrical schematic (2005, integrated instrunment panel)

    Quote Originally Posted by studor View Post
    Thanks for the diagram Ron. A couple of winters ago I replaced the glow plug wiring by running a 10 guage wire with an inline fuse from the ignition switch to the glow plug bar. I simply taped off the other wires since it was winter and I do not like to work in the cold! Has worked fine since
    That is exactly what I did this morning, It is all back together now, just waiting for my tach sensor...
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    Personally, I think you are asking for early key switch failure by running relatively high amperage through it. I would certainly opt for Greg's idea for using a relay.
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    My solution is even easier - disconnect the glow plugs entirely. Might not be so successful for those who don't live in the tropics, though.

    I think relays are great things for switching high loads. I use them on cars, tractors and machines. For the most part they're relatively inexpensive and easy to install. In some cases they almost pay for themselves in savings n heavier gauge wire and switches that die an early death from arcing contacts.

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    Well thru the key is how it came from the factory, and it has been working without issue for 6 years now...
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    Default Re: Jinma 284 electrical schematic (2005, integrated instrunment panel)

    Quote Originally Posted by RonMar View Post
    Well thru the key is how it came from the factory, and it has been working without issue for 6 years now...
    Excellent! But we all know about "factory" wiring design.
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