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You're looking in the right place, but it doesn't appear that your machine has either the bracket or the harness for a receiver. The harness would have a gray 12-pin Deutsch connector on the end close to the receiver, as well as a 3-pin triangular Deutsch connector that looks like it has a plug in it. The plug is actually a passive terminator, which is required for CAN communication.
 

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So, is the harness something I can buy, and install myself, or, since it wasn't original equipment, cannot be added ?
 

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yes, both the bracket and harness can be easily added by you or by a dealer.

Depending on what you want to do and what kind of receiver you're planning to add, there are other ways to go about this as well.
 

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yes, both the bracket and harness can be easily added by you or by a dealer.

Depending on what you want to do and what kind of receiver you're planning to add, there are other ways to go about this as well.
Care to elaborate?
 

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The Pro 600 or Pro 700 can accept standard NMEA GPS messages via a 9-pin RS232 port, which means that you can use any receiver that outputs those messages, and simply use a serial cable to connect the receiver to the display.

Check out this document:
http://caseihafs.com/uploads/1/Adding_GPS_to_AFS_Combines-pdf.php

My point is that you aren't required to use the factory bracket, factory harness, or even a Case IH receiver.
 
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