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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 07-09-2019, 09:21 AM Thread Starter
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1680 electrical

I was rigging in a new 2 way radio in the cab yesterday when I pulled off the cover of the fuse panel behind the ignition switch. There are 2 dials just above the fuses. They look like they are a resistor of some sort underneath with 3 wires into them What the heck are these for? Been running these machines for years and never noticed them before.

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If I remember correctly they are an adjustment for the reel to ground speed

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If I remember correctly they are an adjustment for the reel to ground speed
Get where you're coming from but I dont think those dials are in the fuse panel... it might be for the flasher interrupter speed but I think that is just a relay..

I'm super curious what they are for now tho! In not sure if mine even has them either.
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It's for calibrating the tach and speedo
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