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Ford 4600 numbers

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Sarrest

10-03-2012 18:12:48
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I am in desperate need of help "decoding" these numbers for my tractor. No idea year model etc and have broken an injector line and now searching for parts. ANY and ALL help will be GREATLY appreciated. Numbers are below

Tractor # A303518

Model # DA 214 P

Unit # EE07B

Engine # 6D14B




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Shetland Sheepdog

10-06-2012 06:04:00
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 Re: Ford 4600 numbers in reply to brian grace, 10-03-2012 18:12:48  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see

Oops, Sorry, Sean already said that! :oops:



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Shetland Sheepdog

10-06-2012 06:01:51
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 Re: Ford 4600 numbers in reply to brian grace, 10-03-2012 18:12:48  
One more bit of info ---

Serial # starting with "A" indicates that the tractor was built in the Antwerp, Belgium plant.

HTH, Dave



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Sean in PA

10-05-2012 05:00:29
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 Re: Ford 4600 numbers in reply to Sarrest, 10-03-2012 18:12:48  
Part numbers for the fuel injector lines:

Number 1 cylinder (front of engine nearest radiator):

Original part number E0NN9A555AA, which looks to have been superseded by part number 83927185.

Number 2 cylinder (middle)"

Original part number E0NN9A556AA, which appears to have never been superseded.

Number 3 cylinder (rear of engine, nearest transmission):

Original part number E0NN9A557AA, which appears to have never been superseded.

It appears that they are out of stock at all of the on-line sources that I checked, but check with your local New Holland dealer to see if they can still get them. Only other choice may be to find used lines at a salvage yard. Or you could see if someone local could fabricate up a replacement.
This post was edited by Sean in PA at 05:00:51 10/05/12.

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sarrest

10-06-2012 05:42:03
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 Re: Ford 4600 numbers in reply to Sean in PA, 10-05-2012 05:00:29  
Thanks Sean in PA. Tremedous help.



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Sean in PA

10-04-2012 18:18:13
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 Re: Ford 4600 numbers in reply to Sarrest, 10-03-2012 18:12:48  
Tractor # A303518 is the serial number. The A at the beginning means that it was assembled at the an Antwerp Belgium factory.

Model # DA 214 P is the model number. DA2 at the beginning means that it is a 4600 with an ag chassis.The 1 means that is has a diesel engine. The 4 means that it has a 540 RPM independent PTO. The last character should tell you what transmission it has, but I've never heard of a P as a code for a transmission. Could it be an F? An F would bbe the 4x4 power reversing transmission.

Unit # EE07B Doesn't look right for a production code either, The first character should be a number, not a letter. The rest of it would mean that it was built on May 7 during the day shift, but the first character needs to be a number to tell us what year it was made.

Engine # 6D14B would mean that the engine was assembled April 14, 1976 during the day shift, so the first character of the model number above is probably realluy a 6 instead of an E so the tractor was probably assembled on May 7, 1976 during the day shift.

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sarrest

10-05-2012 03:06:41
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 Re: Ford 4600 numbers in reply to Sean in PA, 10-04-2012 18:18:13  
Sean in PA, Thanks ever so much for the information, a big help for sure. The numbers were viewed by a cellphone flashlight so I would be willing to bet that they are not correct, and will check them again. ANY idea where I might find parts for this tractor as I am not having much luck to date? THANK YOU again!



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