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Cat 416C. Return to dig switch.

Discussion in 'Tractor/Loader/Backhoes' started by ddiiggy, Nov 8, 2014.

  1. ddiiggy

    ddiiggy Well-Known Member

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    Cat 416C. Serial Number *5YN05###*.

    The electric switch on the center front bucket linkage has a roller on the end of a lever.
    When the bucket curls back to 'flat', the roller falls into a detent in a disc and bucket movement quits.
    My roller is worn off. The switch works, but not properly without the roller.

    Is there any way to find a parts list without making a trip to the dealer?
     
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    Tinkerer Senior Member

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    Is this it..? #6 in the diagram. Part # is 206-1486, price around $50.

    416C Tilt Kickout.PNG
     
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    ddiiggy Well-Known Member

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    I don't have the clamshell bucket.
    The switch might be the same.
     
  6. Nige

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    Don't get too hung up on the ilustration - it's generic. 206-1486 is the only switch listed for that function, both in the Parts Manual and in the electrical wiring schematic for machines in the Serial Number range 5YN1-15000. If you want 100% confirmation then PM me your exact Serial Number and I'll look it up on that basis, however I'm 99.9% certain the number is right.