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Old 22-06-2004, 02:09 AM
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Default Low Voltage Module

I have a Toro 260 Series Wheel Horse. There is a module on the firewall that
I believe to be responsible for keeping the battery light on the dash
illuminated. The machine seems to be charging and voltage across the posts
is 12.62v (14.?? while running). Would changing the module be a good choice
at this point does anyone think?

Thanks...

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