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    x300 fuse box picture

    Can some one post a picture (not a schematic ) of the :inside fuse layout. Also what does the black I guess diod do and should arrow point up or down. Thanks

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    There is a plug in type diode in the harness to control voltage spikes when the PTO is engaged /disengaged. I thought they were red though.

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    On mine it is in fuse box.It is black.Can they burn out.If so what happens ? Also does the arrow point up or down ?
    Last edited by Mike b; 11-20-2018 at 01:36 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike b View Post
    On mine it is in fuse box.It is black.Can they burn out.If so what happens ? Also does the arrow point up or down ?
    Arrow points up. Yes they can go bad. If installed backwards they will blow almost instantly. The diode, as someone mentioned, is for the pto clutch.
    On the diode near the metal tangs, is a locating tab made into the plastic. This designates the correct installation. However it can easily be installed backwards and blow the diode. Your dealer parts dept should have one. Common part to have.

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