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Old 12-20-2017, 02:23 PM   #1
Dzwick1967
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Default Scout 800 Wiring trouble

I've almost finished re-wiring my 67 800 and I found an extra wire in my engine compartment that I have no idea what it does. Its on of the original green wires with only half of the number at the end visible. It says "60" on it. After looking at the wiring diagram, I cant tell if its a 60A or a 60B. I'm guessing since its in the engine bay and runs through a firewall connector its "60B".

The wiring diagram says it connects to a "Brake Diff Switch"
1) What the hell is that?!?
2) Where is it?!?
3 What does it do?!?
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Old 12-20-2017, 03:27 PM   #2
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Default Re: Scout 800 Wiring trouble

I see that you got an answer to this on the other forum.
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