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Ignition switch for Allis Chalmers 620

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Need help, has anybody out there had to rewire a 5 prong ignition switch on a allis chalmers 620. Have a 620 but the wiring to the ignition switch needs to be attached. If anyone has pictures or words of wisdom on how it is suppose to be wired I would greatly appreciate it. Please help

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WELCOME to the club; What I do is go to the auto parts and get a new pig tail that matches it, then wire it to the old plug. Wires do not always match in color. Other than that send me your email and I will send you a manual.

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