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What's Missing In This Pic? - Solved

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PhanDad
Stephen's correct. It's the 12v terminal board:


I went to plug in the 12v feeds for my electric spout rotator and snow cab wiper and there's no board. The interlock module is bolted there instead. Looks like they use a "U" looking electrical tab on the back of the 12v feed terminal on the light switch to provide extra connections. That's how the hour meter gets it's 12v feed. Glad I have an extra terminal board to install.

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