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About jdiama

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  1. TD340

    In mmi's defense, he has given me and others some very good advice in the past, and made a huge difference in saving me time, money and effort in rebuilding my TD340. Stuff not found in any manual. We can't be perfect all the time. Keep the posts coming mmi!!!
  2. NJTOOL: If possible, take some pics of your progress....this would be very helpful to many posters...... old, third hand wiring is always a pain to deal with ....this is the mess underneath my console......good luck and keep us posted....
  3. Greetings, I can't remember where I found the model number on mine but it was on a "plate" near the engine block. I had to hunt around to find it ....My wiring is also a mess....the unit starts and runs but some of the wires are badly frayed, singed and mouse chewed from previous owner use. Not sure about a harness but I believe an "old fashioned" rewiring is the best choice.
  4. Thanks Brian. I was told my tracks may last another 10 years, but I don't want to chance it. I'll start looking for a parts machine and hope for the best. Thanks again for the help.