Sorry for a long "first post". I'm hoping someone can help.
I bought a JD G110 with no engine (and no engine wiring harness). The original engine was a 25 hp kohler. I have a Kawasaki FH 680V (23 hp) engine i'm putting in it. I need help figuring out how the engine gets hooked up. There are differences in the two engines and i don't want to fry the kawasaki when i hit the key.
I ask my local JD dealer for help but got nothing. An online search yielded the same results.
The tractor chassis has several wires with no home. I think i figured all of them out, except one. (correct me if i'm wrong)
(4-wire plug) RED, WHITE, YELLOW, YELLOW/white stripe.
RED - "Hot" all the time. (connects to voltage regulator?) Do i need a diode on this line, or is there one built in to the Kawasaki?
White - "Grounded" with key "off" position. (connects to coil "kill" wire?)
Yellow - "Hot" with key "lights,run,start" position. (connects to carb?)
Yellow/white stripe - Not sure? This wire can be traced back to the "L" terminal of the ignition switch. I thought it might be for the lights, but they have their own separate plug.
There are other single wires too:
Purple - hot with key "start" position. (connects to starter solenoid?)
Black - this is just an engine/chassis ground.
...and theirs the plug for the pto.
If i could only figure out that yellow/white wire.