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Broken wire for CT332 Quick-Tach- Need help finding fuse???

Discussion in 'Compact Track/Multi Terrain Loaders' started by gumper, Sep 18, 2021.

  1. gumper

    gumper Well-Known Member

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    So I went to switch attachments using my 2008 John Deere Ct332. The electric Quick -Tach wouldn't move. I checked the wiring and found several sections that were damaged. I am fine with splicing them back together but was wondering if anyone knows where to find the fuse for the Quick-Tach? I would think it blew when the wires got damaged. I'm working away from home and don't have access to my manual.

    Thanks!
     
  2. mg2361

    mg2361 Senior Member

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    Under the cab on the right side there should be 2 relays mounted separate from the relays near the fuse block. Next to those relays is a fuse holder with a 30 amp fuse. That would be for the quick-tach.
     
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  3. gumper

    gumper Well-Known Member

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    It was a bad fuse. Thanks very much for the help. I appreciate it.