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case 2366 combine electrical problem

Discussion in 'Agricultural Equipment' started by Mark250, Dec 20, 2022.

  1. Mark250

    Mark250 Senior Member

    Aug 30, 2015
    heavy equipment technician
    Hi guys i need some help with this problem
    the column display will not register rotor speed it sits on zero all the time (fan speed is displayed). Also you can not adjust the fan or rotor speed with the control switch switches
    i have changed the rotor speed sensor and checked the fuses and checked most of the accessible wiring harness for obvious faults
    would anyone be able to share an electrical schematic or service manual?
    Any Help would be most appreciated
  2. FarmWrench

    FarmWrench Well-Known Member

    Oct 13, 2013
    Table Potato farmer
    Chaffee NY
    I have a 2388 manual download. It's enormous and on my Dropbox. Not great at sharing that stuff.

    When it comes to the adjustment, climb in there and remove the 2040 roller chain that goes on the adjuster. My bet is you find that chain so stiff you have to cut it off. Make sure everything is free before you put the chain back on. The limit switches fatigue and fail, use your multimeter.
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