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    Default Work light connectors on L3940 ?

    Can somebody tell me if these 3 green connectors on my 2011 L3940 HST (no cab) are intended for work lights? The wires look kinda small. thanks
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    Bronze Member Max Power's Avatar
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    Default Re: Work light connectors on L3940 ?

    I just used one of them to power a linear actuator to move the discharge chute head on my front mounted snow blower. It is fed through the cigarette lighter on my L3430 (factory cab version)

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    Default Re: Work light connectors on L3940 ?

    Looked small to me too, and I wanted to run 4 lights, so I just ran a new fused wire from the hot side (battery connection side) of the starter to the back where I mounted new switches. Philip.
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    Elite Member Chilly807's Avatar
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    Default Re: Work light connectors on L3940 ?

    I have no experience with the Grand L, but on the plain L series there are bullet type connectors under the fenders for work lights. As I recall the work light circuit has a yellow-with-black-flecks or black-with-yellow-flecks wire and runs to a 10 amp fuse in the fuseblock.


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    Default Re: Work light connectors on L3940 ?

    They are for the work lights. Just remember that it's a 10 amp circuit so the wires don't need to be too large. But it also limits the number of lights you can have on at the same time.
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    Default Re: Work light connectors on L3940 ?

    Yes they are for extra work lights, and what ever else you want, radio, CD player,same on my L3540 if you check with meter they are hot.
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    Default Re: Work light connectors on L3940 ?

    If you are concerned the wires are not large enough to power the lights safely then have them be the hot wire to power a relay and pull your main load on a larger gauge wire.
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