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    1025r backup lighting?

    Does anyone have a wiring diagram for a 1025r? I want to install backup lights to it for blowing snow. My old x595 had them when I pressed the reverse pedal. Not sure if there is a prewired circuit on these or if I can relay any existing reverse switch.

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    There's no such circuit in place for backup lighting, at least from the factory. There is a pigtail already in place at the base of your ROPS for either fwd facing lights or rear facing work lights. That circuit comes on and stays on on certain headlight switch positions.
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    Thanks Dieselshadow. I did find that harness, but there must be some electrical connection on the reverse pedal to make the RIO operate. If I knew this circuit I could add a relay and turn it into a backup circuit.

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    The RIO switch lives on the transmission speed/direction lever input. It's on the right hand side, near the top of the hydrostatic trans.

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    This picture is of a 1026R, before RIO and the newer 1025Rs. But the linkage is similar.

    I don't have a diagram of the RIO circuit....
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    The reverse pedal is tied to the power take off controls...has to be a switch somewhere in the pedal linkage, I'd think.

    Discard this thought...didn't read the last post...
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    I would think the easiest maybe to use the Existing Rops rear light pigtail circuit and just add a micro switch and two wires to connect to the reverse pedal to do the switching, no relay required or disturbing the factory wiring.
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    I did think of adding a another switch, but I was looking at all my options first. And by the way, why don't they incorporate a clock on the dash? Seems like I'm always blowing snow just before work and I can get lost in the moment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by icebike View Post
    I did think of adding a another switch, but I was looking at all my options first. And by the way, why don't they incorporate a clock on the dash? Seems like I'm always blowing snow just before work and I can get lost in the moment.
    I've always wondered the same thing. When I had the 2210 bought digital clocks from Adv , Wally World , after a yr or so tractor setting in sun display would fade. One evening I was in Wally World waiting for wife (normal thing ) standing beside cheap analog waterproof wrist watches I think at that time $6 . I take the wrist band off, get some velcro with sticky back then stick it to the dash. Every couple of yrs I buy a new one instead of putting in a new battery. Saves trying to look at the wrist all the time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by icebike View Post
    I did think of adding a another switch, but I was looking at all my options first. And by the way, why don't they incorporate a clock on the dash? Seems like I'm always blowing snow just before work and I can get lost in the moment.
    A DASH CLOCK? Next thing you'll want is "power windows"!
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    No, roll up would be fine. On my old x595 I installed a digital clock inside the dash and hard wired it.
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