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Galion T-500C wiring diagram schematic

Discussion in 'Motor Graders' started by Bearhead, Apr 7, 2021 at 9:59 PM.

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  1. Bearhead

    Bearhead Active Member

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    Im troubleshooting various circuits on my 500c, will be way quicker with a schematic. Anyone have a link, I can buy a shop manual online for $73 but only need the schematic, so would be expensive to buy for that. Thanks
     
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    What seems to be the trouble? These were pretty basic as far as electrical goes. I mostly made a new harness on a T500 at a former job. It was really faster making a new one than messing around with a beat up 40yo harness.
     
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    $73.00 is a pretty cheap investment for a machine you own. Would be worth it to buy for future problems.
     
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    there a l bunch of wires coming off oil pressure switch and would be quicker referring to a schematic, Im not a dyed in the wool sparkie so I have to be methodical and trace/ring it out, and it takes a while.
     
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    I have the shop manual, but it doesnt cover the electrical side:)
     
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