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Anybody have a wiring diagram for an AM142315 toggle switch? It's the rocker switch for raising and lowering the cargo bed. I picked one up at a good price and it fits like a glove, but I don't want to wire it wrong (or sit through a lot of trial and error to figure it out, unless I have too :)) Thanks!

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What Gator model is this? For the Turf Gator series, the harness is only lets you plug it in one of two ways and a simple reversing would address that if the switch lowers the bed on the UP actuation.

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It's going into a 2013 HPX Diesel 4x4. I'm doing my own electric cargo lift kit and ordered the switch from JD. Looking at the back, it has four 1/4" prongs on one side and one at the top on the other like this:

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The other diagrams only show three connections, which is throwing me off. I figure one is for power in, two for negative, and one for lift up and one for lowering, both +. Just not sure where everything goes.
 

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Sorry, I did not realize you were making your own lift rather than just repairing/installing one using the factory harness. Do you have the reversing relays on the machine that you are going to utilize??

I do not have later model info, but here is what I have from the TM1518 on the earlier units, including the wiring diagram and reversing relay connections:

View attachment cargo lift section of TM1518.pdf

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Your ohm meter should allow you to find which terminal is the wiper and which is the contact associated with connecting the wiper to the pin active for Up and subsequently active for the Down position. Do you have the manufacturer's name and part number we can help you with? Pictures??

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The picture of the switch is above. It's a Carling Technologies V8D2 1412R 20A 12V AM142315.

It has prongs at the #8, 1, 2, 3 on the left (from the top) and at #7 on the right top. I checked Carling's website, but it must be a special order for JD :unknown:. I'll check it with a meter this weekend to see what I can figure out. I'm hoping the technical manual has the diagram, I know the one for my 1026 has diagrams for the switches in it. We'll see.

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