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How do you get to the cab blower on a Case 2290?

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Andy R

02-12-2020 06:27:06




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I gutted the original cab interior on my Case 2290 yesterday and thought I might as well clean the air conditioning and heater components. Decided to replace the original radio speakers as well. The blower still works as does the hi, med, and low switch. The air flow seems to be lower than it should be so I would like to clean the fins the air passes through while I have the top off. How do you get to the fan, from the top or from inside the cab? Thanks.

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casetrader

02-12-2020 17:16:24




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 Re: How do you get to the cab blower on a Case 2290? in reply to Andy R, 02-12-2020 06:27:06  
the most common problem i see w/air flow is the foam from top side of cab drops restricting air,most often missed if top is only removed,i assume you dropped headliner.



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1370rod

02-12-2020 16:52:10




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 Re: How do you get to the cab blower on a Case 2290? in reply to Andy R, 02-12-2020 06:27:06  
Low air flow through the AC and heater core on 90 series cabs was a fairly common complaint. The blower and motor are in a great location, the trouble is any air leakage past the headliner lowers the amount of air that will flow through the AC and heater. Several aftermarket companies have put together a larger blower kit for those tractors. I have used a couple with good results and owners were happy. They do requiring installing a larger power supply wire. Rod.

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Jeremy McNary

02-12-2020 17:47:52




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 Re: How do you get to the cab blower on a Case 2290? in reply to 1370rod, 02-12-2020 16:52:10  
Rod, I put one of those kits in a 2096 last summer but it will constantly blow fuses if set on High, they didn't send any sort of directions with it so I didn't run a larger wire, I assumed that was probably the reason for the blown fuses but I haven't had any time to look at since and air flow on medium is about the same as the old on high so I've just left it. If I replace that wire how far back do I need to run it? All the way to fuse panel or further yet to the junction block on the outside of the cab behind the engine?

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1370rod

02-13-2020 06:02:57




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 Re: How do you get to the cab blower on a Case 2290? in reply to Jeremy McNary, 02-12-2020 17:47:52  
Jeremy I went all the way outside and used a heavy duty screw together fuse holder, not the factory panel fuse. It has worked here, never had a complaint yet. Rod.



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Jeremy McNary

02-13-2020 07:05:08




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 Re: How do you get to the cab blower on a Case 2290? in reply to 1370rod, 02-13-2020 06:02:57  
Thanks Rod, I think I will try to get it into the shop yet before haying season starts here and do that.



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Bob

02-12-2020 18:16:34




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 Re: How do you get to the cab blower on a Case 2290? in reply to Jeremy McNary, 02-12-2020 17:47:52  
Blown fuses can also be caused by the fuseholder not gripping the fuse TIGHTLY or a corroded or loose connection in that erea that is causing heating of the fuse.



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texas cowboy

02-12-2020 08:38:22




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 Re: How do you get to the cab blower on a Case 2290? in reply to Andy R, 02-12-2020 06:27:06  
Remove the filter housing from the back of the cab. The blowers are right under there. Tony



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RonSa

02-12-2020 06:45:39




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 Re: How do you get to the cab blower on a Case 2290? in reply to Andy R, 02-12-2020 06:27:06  
Probably a dumb question but how clean is the cab air filter?



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Andy R

02-12-2020 07:27:27




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 Re: How do you get to the cab blower on a Case 2290? in reply to RonSa, 02-12-2020 06:45:39  
I clean it once a year and it has been replaced. When I was checking for air flow through the ducts to the inside of the cab I did have the roof off so the filter would not have come into play.



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RonSa

02-13-2020 06:19:29




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 Re: How do you get to the cab blower on a Case 2290? in reply to Andy R, 02-12-2020 07:27:27  
Thanks for the additional information that you are bypassing the cab's air filter. As is generally known, DC motors can develop an internal resistance over time for various reasons causing all three speeds to be reduced.

An automotive, hand-held tac that flashes, and a Sharpie pen maybe could give you a speed reading if you can see the fan. However, I do not know what the max speed should be. Good luck finding the problem.

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