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Old 01-29-2012, 04:22 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Help with FLU419 wiring

RTF has a SEE truck and I have been trying to get the hydraulic cooler for the backhoe to work. I have traced wire #70 to the plug below the fuse panel which is the main hot wire lead to the unit.

Near as I can tell form the manuals, it may go through one of the 5 mysterious relays on the driver side near the air filter or ?? Most of the other wires I have elliminated as they go to the instrument panel or other switches for the engine.

I have not been able to locate a wiring schematic for the SEE truck.

There is no power to the wire from behind the plug for the #70 wire. I think* it should be hot all the time or at least when the ignition is on.

I get neither.

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I have done alittle work on these. Have you seen this manual?

volume 1..
http://www.rockymountainmoggers.com/...0-224-20-1.pdf

and volume 2...
http://www.rockymountainmoggers.com/...0-224-20-2.pdf


See volume 2 page 4-388, there is a 16amp fuse for the oil cooler.

I didnt dig to see if there is info on the 5 relays in the manual, but if you need to replace one, I have used relays from NAPA # AR394
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Give Scott over at EI a call. He can get you a Drivers Manual (about $30)and or Service Manuals (about $250) either one will have the wiring schematic. Also post your question on the Mog mailing list at TX4X4.com a lot of Mog knowledge there.
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this help you at all?

http://sceep.boogerwelds.com/sob/bug...cal_manual.pdf

group 0613 has some wiring.. dunno if its all of it or not.. i just searched the pdf a little and stopped there. might be more in there somewhere.

its a 925 page tech manual.
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this help you at all?

http://sceep.boogerwelds.com/sob/bug...cal_manual.pdf

group 0613 has some wiring.. dunno if its all of it or not.. i just searched the pdf a little and stopped there. might be more in there somewhere.

its a 925 page tech manual.
Thanks guys, I found it in the TM 5-2420-224-20-2 book. page 4-169. It is a 16 amp fuse for the cooler. It was blown on the panel and I am heading out to see if I can make it work!!

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my bad on the page number mix up. hope it works out that simple!!
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