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I purchased JD kit #AM136716, which is the 12v receptacle addition. However, I'm not entirely sure where to route or connect the wiring harness to in order to get 12v at the plug in the OEM stock location ? It doesn't have to be wired on/off with ignition as I'm only using it for a 12v 3pt 40gallon sprayer. Thanks in advance.
 

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Looking around for a 12v power source I have a number of open plugs, however, not sure if they're 12v or not ? The part I ordered (AM136443) comes OEM on the 4052R open station tractor. Trying to figure out how to power it. I do have a rear utility light on the ROPS that is switched on at the dash. Need input from the smarter people here. See attachments.
 

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I just bought a 4044R a month ago. I plan to use the 12v outlet to power a sprayer too. What I found is the outlet was hot all the time if the ignition was on or off. I purchased an on/off rocker switch from JD and put it in the last position next to the 12v outlet so I could turn the sprayer on or off as needed. I cut the red wire and ran it through the switch.

As short as the leads are, it must connect within the wiring harness under the switch plate on the fender. The switch plate is bolted on with the 2 bolts that are visible in your picture plus one in the cup holder. There are nuts underneath. Then you can lift the switch plate assembly up from the fender. I’d open up the harness carefully and see if you can find it and a place to screw the black ground wire to. Use a digital or analog voltmeter to check any available connections. You may also have to add a fuse to the fuse box. It might be worth asking the service dept for a little guidance too. Most are willing to guide you through it and the worse they could say is bring it in.
 

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There are a number of "plugs" underneath the right console; cruise control etc.....nothing to tie in the red & black wires for the 12v outlet. Still looking.......will enquire with my nearest JD dealer.
 

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Did you figure it out? Please keep us informed, I am wanting to do the same thing on my 4052M.
 

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I tied into the red and black wires under the right console which are 12v accessories using t-connectors; I then looked at the fuse box and noticed that JD didn't put any fuse connectors for that circuit in the fuse slot.......still working on it.
 

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Yes, yesterday I located a 12v lead to my rear facing accessory light and using t-taps (2) I drew power from that source which is also switched on/off with the dash switch. I should've done that first rather than talked to the JD rep, although they didn't know that the accessory wires in the right fender didn't have any connection with the OEM fuse block. Fimco makes an alligator to 12v plug adapter to run a rear 40 gallon sprayer. Success, thanks for everyone's input.
 
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