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Hi Guys,
New to the group.
I am trying to install the electric chute actuator the the snow blower, the instructions are not very good and was hoping someone on here has done one before.
I have everything done but I'm not sure where i hook in for power?
2020 1025r
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What brand / model snow blower model do you have?

Is this a factory kit or after market kit?

If factory kit, what is the P/N of the kit?
 

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Interesting... I wonder when JD came out with this? Do you have the green front blower?

I see what you mean. I just read through the instructions three times and it is very vague as to where power comes from. I suspect it is "Junction Block D" whatever that is.

Looks like a nice kit. $500 though for remote spout control.. wheew. Strange that it is only for 1-series and Gen-2 2025R.

I'm sure everyone would be interested to see some detailed photos of the installation when you are finished.
 

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Didn’t know Deere had a electric actuator for the deflector for the quick hitch 47/54 blowers. Looks like fowldogs has one on his blower and that was back in February of 2018. It looks like the harness plugs into a connector on the tractor. Hard to tell with out an instruction sheet or pictures of the real harness to get a better idea.

 

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Didn’t know Deere had a electric actuator for the deflector for the quick hitch 47/54 blowers. Looks like fowldogs has one on his blower and that was back in February of 2018. It looks like the harness plugs into a connector on the tractor. Hard to tell with out an instruction sheet or pictures of the real harness to get a better idea.
You can download the instructions from the JD website. I've read it three times and it is very vague as to where power comes from.
 

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Looks like power is coming from the junction block (D) witch I assume is battery. There is two connectors in the chassis harness that you plug the actuator harness into which is probably powered off the ignition side conectors (A and B).
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