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    Default 2520-Eletrical wiring behind the seat

    Anyone know what all that wiring is for that is behind the seat?
    Brian

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    It's for the lighting, including the warning lights that are part of the tractor, and the accessory work lights that can be added.
    John Deere 2520 - 200CX, 62D, RB2060
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    Default Re: 2520-Eletrical wiring behind the seat

    That bothered me so I removed the seat frame and taped and tucked them under the seat frame on top of the tranny.

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