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Hydraulic quick change

Discussion in 'Compact Equipment Attachments' started by Ken Vader, Oct 25, 2019.

  1. Ken Vader

    Ken Vader New Member

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    Hey guys, newbie here. I recently bought a kobelco sk55sr-5 and it has a hydraulic quick change that is not functioning. The guy I bought it from said the switch was broken. I'd like to test it first but the problem I have is I'm not sure where to give it power. The wiring is plumbed up to the valve but not connected. The switch in the cab provides power to the lead but I dont see where to attach it. There was a ring terminal on the top left through bolt but with a multi meter it tests as ground. Not sure if what I'm saying makes any sense. Any help would be much appreciated. 20191024_143329.jpg

    Thanks

    Ken
     
  2. Ken Vader

    Ken Vader New Member

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    Well I think that top shaft is supposed to have a solenoid on it so I'll just have to replace it.
     
  3. heymccall

    heymccall Senior Member

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    Yup. One of these is missing. Just need to know which one. Screenshot_20191024-224242_Chrome.jpg