system was supposed to work or at least what I understand. Those are just three kits that are available that I was looking into, whatever you do make sure to call the company and talk with them on the parts to check the brand of starter and make sure the starter nose cone is not aluminum. I unhooked the battery to my JD 590i Gator. Remove the rubber around the air intake pipe. Every time gas hookup we tried their way, the batteries would drain or there would be some. Special thanks to the guys over at Yesterday's Tractors Forum for answering questions for me along the way. Attach one of the red wires to the right side of the solenoid The other end of this wire needs to be attached to the top terminal of the new starter solenoid.
To test: disconnect blue wire from BAT terminal on regulator and connect ammeter in series. If current is needed for both battery re-charge and load, then it will be split at junction on Regulator BAT terminal and flow as needed. We later purchased a 720 Diesel that came with electric start. Apparently there has been a history of copper dust building up in the starter brushes and slowly draining and eventually killing one or both of the batteries. The current then goes from A 1 to the voltage regulator ARM terminal, through the regulator, out the Blue wire to BAT A on Ignition Switch, to load if needed (lights, etc) If no load, then current will flow on Blue wire from BAT. Current also flows from Generator A 2 (brown wire) to Ignition Switch Bat B, then to load and to GND on Regulator, then to solenoid terminal, through shielded ground wire to starting motor post nearest flywheel then on to charge Battery. Can I run wire directly from battery to outlet without fuse? .
Again the rear bolts will be difficult, take your time and try not to curse too much. Voltage from Battery A controls left hand or flywheel side of tractor. Attach the brown and blue wires to the battery terminal of the alternator. If higher readings are obtained there is high resistance in the circuit. You may have to run a wire from the starter area back up to the solenoid to reach. If it's not clean, clean. In the middle of the 4020 series, Deere returned to hooking the batteries in series with a small ground wire. At John Deere you are looking at around 2000 for the components.