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    Default Wiring problem

    I work at a repair shop and I am currently working on a john deere 4710 tractor. I can get it started and it runs. How ever it thinks it is still always in drive. I have traced the wiring and I have continuity from the starting solonoid all the way to the fender. There is a grey wire that goes to the neutral switch, and from there it is not traceable. I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions. I was thinking it could be in one of the switches, or if the wiring wasn't making a complete circuit. My e-mail is wmondrag@vcn.com

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    Default Re: Wiring problem

    check your email

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    framall hho

    Default Re: Wiring problem

    framall h wireing diagharm

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    a complete wireing diegharm for a framall h

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