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Old 09-12-2019, 12:52 PM   #1
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Trying to wire the GenSet4000. It has a 6 prong plug, utilizing 1,2,3,5,6. Cummins sent me a wiring diagram, but doesn't get me close to dechiphering what I need to know. Where do the 5 wires go on the switch and meter?
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Old 09-12-2019, 02:15 PM   #2
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Looks to me as if your switch is incomplete, missing the back plate which would allow terminations.
I can see plastic keepers for the back plate that would hold it in position and correspond with the contacts showing in your pic.


Order a new start/stop/run switch if you can't find the back plate. Must be info or part number for that switch out there.


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There is nothing missing from the switch other than it's female plug. I bought a used GenSet4000 and the accompanied switch and hour meter. I could not get them to pull the harness. While searching Cummins I found several harnesses and after talking with Cummins got numbers for several harnesses. None of them were correct. One had the flat plug female on the motor end, but the motor end has a female. None of the switch plugs were compatible with the switch. After many attemps at getting the correct harness with no positive results I bought a harness with the correct plug for the motor. Now I have cut the female plug off the orther end and need to wire the 5 wires to the switch and hour meter
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"There is nothing missing from the switch other than it's female plug."
It has spade lugs built into it that the wires just push on to.



Well where are the connections gonna go on the switch?
The back plate is missing and just snaps onto what you have there. That has the connection points for everything and the hourmeter ties into that.
I won't bother anymore marc, once again you know it all.


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"There is nothing missing from the switch other than it's female plug."
It has spade lugs built into it that the wires just push on to.



Well where are the connections gonna go on the switch?
The back plate is missing and just snaps onto what you have there. That has the connection points for everything and the hourmeter ties into that.
I won't bother anymore marc, once again you know it all.


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Whats missing is the female plug, not a backing plate. I can not find a correct female harness plug so I want to just run the wires with female spade connectors to the switch. I just need to know where the wires go. Even if I had the correct harness end, I would still need to know where the 5 wires go.
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