Displaying Wiring Diagram parts for the White Outdoor 13A-325-190 Yard Bug (1999)

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629-0902

White Outdoor 629-0902

Complete Wire Harness

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725-0267

White Outdoor 725-0267

Ignition SW

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Cub Cadet 925-0267B

Alternative for 725-0267: SWITCHIGNITION

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725-1426

White Outdoor 725-1426

Solenoid

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Cub Cadet 925-1426A

Alternative for 725-1426: SOLENOID12V

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725-1698

White Outdoor 725-1698

Battery

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Cub Cadet 753-0607

Alternative for 725-1698: BATTERY

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725-1381

White Outdoor 725-1381

Fuse

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Cub Cadet 925-1381

Alternative for 725-1381: FUSE20A

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725-1657A

White Outdoor 725-1657A

Brake SW

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Cub Cadet 925-1657A

Alternative for 725-1657A: SWITCH SAFETY

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725-3234

White Outdoor 725-3234

Seat Switch

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Cub Cadet 925-3234

Alternative for 725-3234: SWITCHSEATIF 4 Y

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725-1727

White Outdoor 725-1727

Battery Boot Cover

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725-1643

White Outdoor 725-1643

Reverse SW

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725-1648

White Outdoor 925-1718 (replaces 725-1648)

Relay

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Backup Generator Sizing

Your home appliances consume "wattage" and you must size the generator to your home demand. Watch for certain appliances with electric motors that "surge" wattage demand during startup. Devices such as computers can be damaged by generators without surge-balancing ability. Check with a certified electrician or professional generator installer for any installation that ties into your home wiring or if you have concerns about specific applications. Generators can NOT be run indoors.