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Greg NE

06-10-2013 13:25:34

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Did you take the selector loose from the cowl first? You have to to slide the conduit and shifter up by shifting to 10th gear to reach the splice in the cable. If you only broke the fitting on the cover you may be able to find another cover. they come up on ebay all the time and just swap the fitting to you cover. If you broke the end of the conduit I have heard they are hard to find. Greg NE

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06-11-2013 06:39:43

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 Re: SOS Help! in reply to Greg NE, 06-10-2013 13:25:34  
I am pretty sure the actual cable broke at the cover plate fitting as my service manual seems to show that the connector is a couple inches above the cover plate. My fittings and conduit are fine. I think my conduit may be bent and that is why the cable would not slide freely in the conduit. I did check online at New Holland and they seem to have one cable available for about $150. I did an online search and it may be I can get the other for about $100. Ouch and Ouch.
Thanks for your help Rick

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Larry NCKS

06-11-2013 07:08:43

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 Re: SOS Help! in reply to RICK IN GA, 06-11-2013 06:39:43  
You need to follow procedure to a T. I'm guessing with Greg NE that you did not take the shifter housing loose from the dash so that whole assembly would move up and away from the transmission????? If so, did you shift the selector to 10th and possibly force the connector down where it came apart as has also been suggested?

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06-11-2013 08:17:13

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 Re: SOS Help! in reply to Larry NCKS, 06-11-2013 07:08:43  
I did have the dash panel that the shift lever is attached to removed from the tractor as an assembly. I must admit that I expected to be able to remove the shift cable from the shift lever at first to remove the entire assembly from the tractor but there is no way for that shift lever and housing to pass through the dash panel due to the cable and the size of the shift lever housing. This is one of those designs that surprised the heck out of me.

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06-11-2013 08:57:08

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 Re: SOS Help! in reply to RICK IN GA, 06-11-2013 08:17:13  
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Which is why when in tenth gear it comes apart and the end pulls through the dash.

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