I created this wiring diagram for the auger group due to the fact that John Deere never published a service manual for my John Deere 1330se snowblower.
Although this is *not* a wiring schematic, all connections shown are from a fully working 1330se, meaning all electrical devices like lights, deflector / chute motors and heated grip connections are accurate.
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9 thoughts on “John Deere 1330se Snowblower – Wiring Harness for the Auger Group”
Checking out your diagram (thanks because it is the only one I can find) just trying to figure out where the yellow wire from the starter that turns to black ends up.. I can trace the wire from the ignition to the stator but not where the starter black wire would end up. Having some issues with mice and that black wire not being connected to anything at this point..
Are you referring to the wire you see in the middle of this pix?
It would be the wire that comes off the voltage regulator as yellow, then a green connector.. then turns to black and heads up behind the electric start plug in?
the thicker black wire (I think either 12 or 14awg) goes into a hole in the engine block (probably to a spark plug);
thin black wire that comes out from the same hole is connected to the receptacle connector in the rear (see pix). hope this helps?
Can you be bit more specific?
Trying to find the electric snap connector part between the chute motor and the control arm wiring harness (white connector). My old chute motor and the integrated 90 deg connector that terminated right at the chute motor. Any ideas? Thanks
I believe they are called pin & socket connectors. I don’t believe you can purchase OEM parts.
You can probably use something like this one as substitute. If you buy something else, just make sure it is waterproof.