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My new to me TR98s 4 way flashers dont work. I think the fuse is burnt out and have looked through the book and pulled the panel off under the reverser and behind the seat. Where is the fuse located? Is it under the cab above the feederhouse, I didnt see anything there on my first glance.

Also on the rotor drive side right behind the cab there is a wire that comes off a main wire group and goes towards the cross auger. Dug through some of the chaff and such and found the end was not connected to anything. Could not figure out if its been broke off or is just a blank. Its right by the hyd hose that goes to the cab.
 

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there is a fuse panel to the right of the seat, where the rotor hours guages is at. there is a panel that flips up. then the relays and what not are behind the seat under that metal panel.

the blank wire, im not sure. its been a couple years since i have had to wonder around our 98

Matt
 

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really, inform me where just so i remember. i know there is a little panel back on the motor, but i dont remember what
 

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There is one just ahead of where your gearshift is. Little panel that flips back. There are 8 or 10 fuses there. Not sure if it will be the one you're looking for. The panel on the back of the engine I think is just circuit breakers for the power production system (reading too much case parts sites!).
 

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The wire is probably for the rotor speed adjustment line lock solenoid. They discontinued the solenoid for awhile once they decided the valve on the stack did not creep. Later they brought it back. If you rotor speed creeps down you cabn add the solenoid but not to worry as long as yours dosent creep down.
 

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9520deere------Don't get excited about buying a new flasher or checking fuses. At the back of the combine where the fuse block is under the engine there is a orange/brown wire that comes off of a circuit breaker that comes down the left side of the combine through the harness and all of the other trash that resides there. I don't know know which breaker it comes off of but I think it is the lower left breaker. Right Benin the cab the orange/brown wire exits the big harness and goes to a rubber bullet connector--male-female and then goes to a three or four connector directly under the steering column, and to the flasher switch etc. Usually the bullet connector is green from corrosion and there is no contact anymore. And possibly you can' find the connector because it is so rotted but the wires, what is left, are still there. Repair as needed to fix the problem. I have done several since the TR86 combines came out all the way to the CR series. Worked and still working NH combines since 1979
 

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thrill - You were 100% right, found the orange brown wire and then crawled behind the cab and dug in the chaff and low and behold the bullet connection was still good but 1" down the wire was broken....dug farther and found the other end, got a elec. connector and put them together and all the flashers worked. Thanks
 

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Not a problem, been there done it many times. I am not always right on all my decisions when I go out and work on combines but I have learned alot from mistakes too. Dave.
 
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