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nig71 10-15-2015 12:07 PM

M155 D60 gremlins
 
Just knocked off this evening because the knife won't drive at all; no signs of obstruction. The whole front seems to intermittently work. Originally the drapes and reel turned over without the knife drive then the reel would just barely turn and neither would the drapes.

At one stage the deutz plug got stretched so would this be the issue ?

torriem 10-15-2015 01:30 PM

The header should be able to function without any electronics provided the tractor computer has the header type set manually. Our cord nearly ripped off completely (was dragging on the tire and I didn't realize it) so for a day or two we just ran it unplugged and had to set it in the computer each time the engine was started. So you can unplug it and see if it runs okay. If it runs okay unplugged with the header type set, but not when it's plugged in, it very well could be the cord or plug.

On the D60 all the electronics do is tell the computer what header you have, and provide knife and reel speed sensors (for indexing).

jonahg66 10-15-2015 10:31 PM

The electrical cord can wear through where it rubs on the grip tape on the top of the header. Check it for any shorts which would cause your issues. If the cord was stretched it could have tore aome wires as well, which may affect your header id. Torriem is right about forcing the header type manually. It would at least let you diagnose if it is an electrical or other issue.

SWMan 10-15-2015 11:00 PM

Fill those connectors up with di-electric grease, will solve a lot of the electrical issues. There is also a setting in the armrest controller for running without all the sensors but I forget what it is called.

detroit s60 10-16-2015 01:48 AM

Last year had this problem on a d50 head check your wiring mine was damaged where the sensor wires cross through the knife drive belt only two strands still connected knife would speed up then slow down gradually got more slow time. Also heard of wires breaking or wearing in the main harness. I tried unplugging and doing a forced header recognition but knife still ran too slow I was cutting hard to cut material though.

nig71 10-16-2015 09:45 AM

Bit sad on a 440hr machine, turns out it was the main drive pump on the tractor....


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