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New to us Hamm H7i

Discussion in 'Rollers' started by 3rdgendslmech, Nov 22, 2022 at 8:10 PM.

  1. 3rdgendslmech

    3rdgendslmech Well-Known Member

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    Like the title said, company just bought a new to us 2016 Hamm H7i roller. Crossed most of the filters except for the fuel water seperator filter and the 2 hydraulic filters under the platform. It's got the Kubota V3300 motor with DPF filter.
    Anybody have any idea where the diagnostic connector is for the engine?
    I've looked at all the obvious places...engine, fuse/relay panel behind the step, can't find it anywhere in the cab....
     
  2. Txhayseed

    Txhayseed Senior Member

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    It's in the circuit board / fuse board under the step. Take out the four bolts. Swing it open and diag plug is built into the board. If it's not built into board and you said its a Kubota then you have to use the Kubota diag plug. It's built into the engine harness on the right side front if your looking at motor from rear towards the fan/crank pulley. It's hard to spot. It's plugged into a dummy plug you have to pull it out. But it should be the standard Kubota triangle diag plug. I can send you a pic if you can't find it. You can cross all the filters. Some you have to do by measuring spec's. We use wix and we have a lot of hamm rollers. Hamm and all those other German guys use mann-hummel as does wix to make filters but they stamp a unique part number on the made for company filters that don't always cross. But by measurement they do.
     
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  3. 3rdgendslmech

    3rdgendslmech Well-Known Member

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    16692176775832370206185732595404.jpg 16692177040873147621576369216422.jpg 16692177273435623932516855790500.jpg 16692177541332865546297380200428.jpg The fuel water sep. filter is a wirtgen group 2367788. We stocked everything else for the motor. I'll send a couple shots I looked again unless it's hiding pretty good I don't see anything dummy plugged.