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Combines & Harvesters Discussion Forum

8820 to 920 wiring

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10-01-2012 12:06:40

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I am putting a 920 header on an 8820 without DAM, only height control. Does anyone know the part number to the adapter to hook the rectangle 3 blade plug on combine to the 16 pin plug on the header? Dealer is trying to find it but not having any luck.

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massey 333

10-06-2012 15:36:00

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 Re: 8820 to 920 wiring in reply to greeny1, 10-01-2012 12:06:40  
Also you need to know what the 920 head is wired for,9xxx,9x10(same),but 9x50 seris is different.

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10-03-2012 18:44:38

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 Re: 8820 to 920 wiring in reply to greeny1, 10-01-2012 12:06:40  
You can't use a DAM head on a non DAM machine. You can go the other way but not the way you want. Just go to a bone yard and buy the DAM harness. It is the same for JD 6620,7720, and 8820. You need the control switch for the cab. The control box that goes buy the hydraulic reservoir. Then the harness from the head to the control box and to the control switch.

It does not take long to install. I used to do it in under two hours after I had done several. They DAM is worth having it works much more reliable than the old switch type.

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Heat Houser

10-01-2012 18:46:57

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 Re: 8820 to 920 wiring in reply to greeny1, 10-01-2012 12:06:40  
Here is 3 blade to newer 9 pin 220 header discussion. Don"t know if this will help or not.
I think they made a backwards compatible harness, 3 blade on the head, DAM on the combine but you want the reverse.

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10-02-2012 13:15:44

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 Re: 8820 to 920 wiring in reply to Heat Houser, 10-01-2012 18:46:57  
Can not go from DAM head to header height machine. Only from DAM machine to header height head.

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