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Need AC wiring schematic for a CAT 259D Compact Track Loader

Discussion in 'Compact Track/Multi Terrain Loaders' started by jwichmann5, May 4, 2021.

  1. jwichmann5

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    There are at least a dozen different models of 259D.
    To get the correct electrical schematic requires a Serial Number (the last 8 characters of the 17-character PIN).
     
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    CAT0259DCFTL12268
     
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    I guess my question would be what is wrong with the A/C system? Is the system fully charged? Compressor or Fan not working? More details and possibly someone will have an answer for you.
     
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    If you have not got it yet see if this attached file helps.
     
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    The condenser does not have its own fan as it is mounted on the back door of the machine and simply has air pulled in from the main hydraulic driven fan.
     
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    Just noticed the file was not attached, so I'll give it another try!
     

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