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Solenoid coil

Discussion in 'Dozers' started by Lyle niemi, Oct 4, 2022.

  1. Lyle niemi

    Lyle niemi Member

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    Looking for help trying to find a vickers coil for my 1650 case dozer
    Part number is
    H 865 923
    Thanks
     
  2. just-a-mechanic

    just-a-mechanic Well-Known Member

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    I/m looking for a solenoid coil as well, but for the D31P-20A hydraulic tilt cylinder /or angle cylinder selector. The entire assembly cost 1200$ if I recall correctly, I just need a coil, which I would assume you are in the same position.

    I can see on the side of mine that it used to have a label, is your by chance still legible? Mine is no longer legible.

    EDIT: I see the part number, I thought it was for the assembly, but now I think you might have posted the actual number for the coil.
     
  3. Tinkerer

    Tinkerer Senior Member

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    Perhaps if you posted the Case part number or what it controls, someone may be able to help you.
     
  4. Lyle niemi

    Lyle niemi Member

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    You might have another coil on there where the part number is still visible,?
    An ohm meter will tell you if your coil is working
     
  5. Tinkerer

    Tinkerer Senior Member

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    The OP has a Case 1650 Case dozer.
    Does the Komatsu D31P use the same coil ?
     
  6. Lyle niemi

    Lyle niemi Member

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    CSe didn’t have a part number for just a coil, they want you to buy the whole valve and they said there isn’t one in North America right now ??
     
  7. Old Doug

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    I would think you could find a coil of some kind and make it work . I operated one with a hand held magnet before.
     
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  8. Tinkerer

    Tinkerer Senior Member

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    That makes sense.
    Have you considered searching for the assembly in salvage yards.
    Post the Case part number for the valve, you may have a better chance of someone helping you.
     
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  9. Lyle niemi

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    Yes, I was thinking the same thing , I didn’t think getting this coil was going to be a big issue, I’ll see what call backs I get today on the part
     
  10. Lyle niemi

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    I haven’t searched the salvage yards yet, hopefully it won’t come to that???
     
  11. Lyle niemi

    Lyle niemi Member

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    Waiting for my parts book to come in the mail, should be here any day now ??
     
  12. Tinkerer

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    mekanik Senior Member

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    I used to keen an assortment of different size coils in my service truck.
    A local shop got them in for me.
     
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    Google no worky?
    Leave the "H" off and search "vickers 865923". Screenshot_20221005-104510_Chrome.jpg
     
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  17. just-a-mechanic

    just-a-mechanic Well-Known Member

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    The PN is 114-62-47140, its a 24 volt coil similar as shown above. The stem is probably metric however, I needed to clean out the stem and the coil was stuck. The coil locating dowel pin broke the bottom of the coil out trying to remove it.

    Ill have to measure it to see, it uses a plastic nut to lock it down. I send a pic in a few.
     
  18. Lyle niemi

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    I ordered this one but it won’t be here for a month, hope to find another that I can get here quicker ..
     
  19. John C.

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    Spencer hydraulics is where I get them local. Take the coil in with you so they can measure the ID for the stud and the OD for sitting on the hydraulic valve.
     
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  20. Volvomad

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    Older volvo wheel loaders use vickers coils if u have a volvo breaker near by. They never gave much trouble so if they are similar in size they may do the job.
     
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