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John Deere 4100 Electrical Schematic

Discussion in 'Tractor/Loader/Backhoes' started by Jock, Mar 8, 2018.

  1. Jock

    Jock Well-Known Member

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    Gday

    Just wondering if anyone has a copy of an electrical schematic to suit a John Deere 4100 hydrostatic trans tractor

    I'm chasing an issue with the start inhibitor circuit and need to figure out where the relay gets it feed from.

    John Deere in their infinite wisdom won't give me a schematic even though I need to buy parts off them to fix :p

    Thanks all

    Jock
     
  2. franklin2

    franklin2 Well-Known Member

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    Did Yanmar make that tractor? I wonder if a Yanmar manual/wiring diagram would help?
     
  3. Jock

    Jock Well-Known Member

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    Not to sure on that one, it does have a 3 cylinder John Deere badged Yanmar for an engine?
     
  4. hosspuller

    hosspuller Senior Member

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    Deere is very good about their manuals. They just cost a bunch. I believe you want a TM1630.

    You might call your dealer and ask them to let you look at their TM1630 to confirm that's what you need and want.
     
  5. Vetech63

    Vetech63 Senior Member

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    My local Deere dealer says they cant print off information for customers due to their computer system not allowing it. Another Deere dealer 100 miles away in my same state gets me whatever I ask for in information with no questions asked. Your dealer BLOWS.
     
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  6. hosspuller

    hosspuller Senior Member

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    For sure ... I have never had any of machine at the local Deere dealer. They have been very helpful with print-outs and advice. I buy parts from them. And recommend Deere products to people in my area. There are a few Deere machines purchased on my say so around here.

    Deere Dealers take notice. Customer support is NOT just taking their money.
     
  7. Tinkerer

    Tinkerer Senior Member

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    Can't print diagrams from a computer ? Beyond absurd. If the program prohibits it from doing that, take a simple screen-shot of the displayed image and that can be printed.
    Or just take a photo with a smartphone of the displayed image.