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Case D530 Heater Solenoid question

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08-12-2019 14:39:10

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Hi All,

We have a Case D530 loader backhoe. Over the years, with different owners, it has had no telling how many different people work on the wiring and replace OEM parts. Currently, there is either a short or it is pulling too much of a load through part of the wiring harness. I suspect the heater solenoid or the switch. Both of which were replaced. Can we just bypass the solenoid by shunting the lead from the starter solenoid and is it necessary to have it at all?

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08-12-2019 16:43:21

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 Re: Case D530 Heater Solenoid question in reply to gunner238, 08-12-2019 14:39:10  
I presume that you are referring to the manifold pre-heater. The heavy wire from starter solenoid powers it. When the starter switch on dash is turned CC it should activate the solenoid that powers the pre-heater. If your present switch does not have the CC feature, you could just wire in a push button switch from the starter solenoid in series to the small terminal on the pre-heater solenoid. When you push the button switch the pre-heater solenoid will activate, and power the pre-heater, and in colder weather you will need it. Much better than ether.-----Loren

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