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Hi there does anyone know where i could get a wiring diagram for a 1997 tx66 looked everywhere seems no one seems to have one
 

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Hi there does anyone know where i could get a wiring diagram for a 1997 tx66 looked everywhere seems no one seems to have one
I have a spare manual, but not sure now if it is operator or service. Not big enough for service probably??? I will look. Do you have the op manual?
 

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Thanks for help on this.
I have the operating manual but it's more the workshop manual with the American or Canadian Spec wiring diagrams.
I'm looking to purchase 1997 tx66 but it's been imported to U.K. From America and the wiring diagrams are completely different to the European wiring diagrams.
No one at all in the Uk seems to have answers to this or can get there hands on American spec wiring diagrams, new holland in U.K. say they can't get them.
Any help on this is much appreciated.
 

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The manuals in North America are the same as the rest of the world. There are many different versions in the

wireing diagrams for each model combine contained in the manual. Some of the north american differences are not in the manual at all which made troubleshooting in some cases, difficult but not impossible. I originally had
the paper copy which had many wireing diagrams that were unreadable. Later I got the electronic version hoping that it would be clear but it was exactly the same like as if they scanned the wireing diagrams with a clapped out old photocopy machine.
I talked to their publications department about getting my money back for the electronic version due to the quality and they found the original scans and sent them to me which were very clear. I may have the only readable copy of wireing diagrams in the public.
 

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Time to start your own publishing co. I have TX manual as well...and I agree, the diagrams are very poor quality. They look like they were scanned on a early fax machine and printed without even looking at them. Half the lines are faded to nothing, and blurry. And its not like a single page either...there are probably 50+ pages of diagrams, many different models, many different sections, and most everything that fails is on the circuit boards and not shown. And you have to trace wires from one diagram to the next to the next to the next....using a very difficult to read set of cross-page reference numbers. Its actually pretty similar to the newest models, now that I think about it. WAY to much electronics.
Just my 2 cents....find a different model combine. The TX's were simply not worth the hastle with the electrical system. Common board failures, and replacements are VERY pricey.
 
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