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AC200 dash layout

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05-03-2011 15:35:14

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I seem to have a different dash layout on my AC200 than what appears in the manual, plus it seems to have some extra items and some missing items on it. For example, there is an extra light (green) in the upper left corner. This light is mounted next to the red oil pressure light. Also, the ammeter is mounted lower on the dash than in the manual's picture. There is also an extra small hole where the tach should be according to the manual. I have attached a picture of my dash. Possibly you could post a picture of your dash if it differs from mine? Can anyone help me with what's missing and why the arrangment is different? Thank you kindly!

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Bob Bancroft

05-03-2011 16:48:33

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 Re: AC200 dash layout in reply to RickAnnable, 05-03-2011 15:35:14  
I just took a quick look at AGCO parts. My memory is partially correct. Take a look at the panels for cab and non cab tractors. I think you'll find your answers.

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05-05-2011 21:14:11

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 Re: AC200 dash layout in reply to Bob Bancroft, 05-03-2011 16:48:33  
Hi Bob, thanks for the reply. The tach is in the correct plact... right in the center above the steering column. To the left of the tach is where the ammeter is, but it's lower on the dash than the picture in the manual. There is a mysterious green light just to the left of the red light at the top-left of the dash. I know the red light is for low oil pressure, but no idea what the green light is for. You mentioned to look at AGCO Parts... is that within YTMAG website or do you mean to go outside of the website to look? I wish I could figure out how to load a picture of the dash! Thank you!

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05-06-2011 19:50:27

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 Re: AC200 dash layout in reply to RickAnnable, 05-05-2011 21:14:11  
Bob, I just figured it out. I went to the AGCO parts website and looked up the dash layout. I see that the green light is an indicator that the left or right flasher is on. The empty hole to the left of the steering column and above the ammeter is for something called an "ether start" option, which my tractor doesn't have. Thanks fore your guidance and help Bob! Appreciate it.

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Bob Bancroft

05-03-2011 16:38:47

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 Re: AC200 dash layout in reply to RickAnnable, 05-03-2011 15:35:14  
Are you saying the hole where the tach should be is there, but too small, so you have NO tach? The green light sort of rings a bell, but that may be some anomaly of my memory! I can't remember if the 200 with factory cab might have had turn signals with an indicator? Regardless, the 200 cab and non cab dash was identical as far as gauge size, placement, etc., at least that's what I remember.

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05-03-2011 15:43:24

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 Re: AC200 dash layout in reply to RickAnnable, 05-03-2011 15:35:14  
I'm having trouble attaching a photo.... any help?

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