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Which 5000 manual?

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white halftrack

04-30-2012 17:22:46




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I am looking on this website and do not know which manual will get me to where I want to go. I have a SOS, and need to know how to hook the cable back up and etc. I am not a rich man, but I make up for it with my charming personality. Would the IT manual show what I need?

Jason




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blunosr

05-01-2012 21:49:53




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 Re: Which 5000 manual? in reply to white halftrack, 04-30-2012 17:22:46  
You can download a pdf copy of the original maual for about $15 from many online suppliers. just do a google search.

That's how I got mine, and I just print off the applicable sections.

You can also get parts images, and exploded views right off the New Holland site:

https://webparts.pvassociates.net/cnh/webparts/main.php

You have to put your model number in the box on the upper left.

I found that pretty useful for my 5000.

Bye for now,
Troy

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TONY JACOBS

05-01-2012 09:10:42




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 Re: Which 5000 manual? in reply to white halftrack, 04-30-2012 17:22:46  
Hello Jason , The I&T manual # FO-42 is the one you need . Thanks Tony



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awhtx

05-01-2012 07:15:56




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 Re: Which 5000 manual? in reply to white halftrack, 04-30-2012 17:22:46  
I have both I&T and Ford Service Manuals at home but I'm not there. I didn't remove the conduit from my 5000 SOS so I don't know how it's connected at the top. If you can wait I'll be home tomorrow night and I can look it up.



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steve wi

04-30-2012 17:37:26




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 Re: Which 5000 manual? in reply to white halftrack, 04-30-2012 17:22:46  
not familar with 5000 but I would think the IT manual should get you headed in the right direction.I'm only familar with 901 series and 6000's I don't have any manuals for the 5000's so I'm not sure.



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white halftrack

05-02-2012 04:24:25




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 Re: Which 5000 manual? in reply to steve wi, 04-30-2012 17:37:26  
I did the download manual thing and it seems to be ok. Thanks everyone.

Jason



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