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JOHN DEERE 200D LC - Need help to track this solenoid valve

Discussion in 'Excavators' started by V10THUNDER, Mar 3, 2021.

  1. V10THUNDER

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    Hey all, I’m writing you from Argentina. We have had this excavator on a halt for months now waiting for the spare part. It arrived few days ago but it wasn’t the correct one, this part came from the official John Deere dealership.


    These guys are slow and more often than not bring the incorrect parts when we order them, so, in an attempt to get it working ASAP, I’m looking for the solenoid and the solid tube kinda thing that is actuated by the solenoid itself, this “tube” can be seen in the picture sticking out. The solenoid itself was lost by the guys at the dealership (top quality service) so it’s impossible to track this piece now, at least for me


    All I can provide is a bunch of pictures, the box hasn’t got any numbers or serial codes so only an expert can help now. As you can see the box is behind the cockpit, below the air filter


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    So any help in tracking this part is very much appreciated. Thanks
     
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  2. Chisumtrail

    Chisumtrail Well-Known Member

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    AT322678 solenoid and spool???????????? complete valve AT322524??????????????
     
  3. lantraxco

    lantraxco Senior Member

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    Yup and to break it down if you only need the coil and nut:
    Solenoid Valve Coil
    Part Number AT423342
    DescriptionCOIL, 24V SOLENOID 1500 WATT DIODE

    Nut
    Part Number T225294

    Bit of a mess because some parts supersede.
     
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  4. V10THUNDER

    V10THUNDER Member

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    Wow you guys are monsters, the local mechanics and parts stores couldn’t figure out what this part number was, they had no clue where to search from either...truly impressive

    Thanks a lot!
     
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  5. V10THUNDER

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    Hey all again, it seems we have a problem again with this fan.

    Is there a way to make it work directly ie bypass the opening and closing of the valve so the fan is permanently working? At least to make it finish the job it has to do.

    Thanks.
     
  6. Vetech63

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    Only in America my fine friend!
     
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  7. Vetech63

    Vetech63 Senior Member

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    Post your machine serial number ..............and I'll give the Deere God a yell. Hey MG!!!!!!!!!..............Your needed!
     
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  8. V10THUNDER

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    Here you go hehe
     

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    mg2361 Senior Member

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    What is the fan doing specifically?

    If you had repaired your fan and it was working normally, then try unplugging the solenoid to see if the fan goes to full speed. Otherwise see below. Bypassing the fan valve should get you to full fan speed.

    Another question, what's the ambient air temperature you are running at?

    Fan Bypass.png
     
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  10. V10THUNDER

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    The fan stops when the machine moves, it doesn’t stop when it’s static but it also doesn’t speed up so the engine overheats if working with a generous throttle setting, ambient temp is around 5-15 degrees Celsius, during these winter months. Hotter months begin with September-October
     
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    Unplug the solenoid on the valve first. If the fan does not speed up then try bypassing like I mentioned. Post whether the fan increases to full speed or not.
     
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  12. V10THUNDER

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    Yes it worked. We will leave it to finish the job and then disassemble the complete valve box thingy.
     
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  13. heymccall

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    If unplugging = fan speed increase, the problem likely isn't in that solenoid valve, but rather the computer, or, more precisely, in a sensor that the computer uses to determine when to increase the fan speed.
     
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