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Today 06:03 PM
6.7ferd Shoot alot! Every penny counts. Lol.

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Today 06:00 PM
SparkyF250
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I took the thing apart and didn't see any broken solder?? So makes me wonder.

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Send it to CBM and be done with it. Hey it's a 6.0 what's a measly $100?
Today 05:53 PM
6.7ferd I took the thing apart and didn't see any broken solder?? So makes me wonder.

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Today 05:25 PM
SparkyF250
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I swear this SCT will be the death of me and TBC fault chimes to.
Circuitbordmedics.com FTW
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idiots like this are the reason i bought my own AC equipment
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Same thing here. Although we have several older tractors here on the farm. Couple times a summer, I need to top off a couple of them.
^^^ Same here, now that I finally have a tractor with AC I let Jack drive the old open deck tractors. And I had to convert the 91 and 93 from R12 to R134A, I like having working AC. You can get a cheap vacuum pump off fleabay then get a decent set of gauges. Rural King has (American made) R134a on sale for $3.99, that's as cheap as I've seen it anywhere.
https://www.ruralking.com/r134a-auto...oz-single-6312
Today 03:48 PM
6.7ferd
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I just bought one. What's going on?

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Mines older model and keeps having issues "communicating with the vehicle"

In other news. Did a fuel service today on the truck. Oil and filter along with both fuel filters. I'd say its been awhile since my fuel filters were changed. I'd also pay for five minutes alone with the engineer who decided to put the bigger out of the two filters on the frame rail with terrible access.

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Today 03:08 PM
repalmer That'll work or even the cheap ones from harbor freight. Might need a pair of needle nose pliers, but that's all
Today 02:18 PM
Weberman3 What special tool is needed to get the orifice tube out? Just these? https://www.amazon.com/Lisle-37000-C.../dp/B0002SRCK6
Today 02:04 PM
mbsfield18
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I swear this SCT will be the death of me and TBC fault chimes to.

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I just bought one. What's going on?

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Today 10:39 AM
partyman97_3
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idiots like this are the reason i bought my own AC equipment
Same thing here. Although we have several older tractors here on the farm. Couple times a summer, I need to top off a couple of them.
Today 10:19 AM
6.7ferd I swear this SCT will be the death of me and TBC fault chimes to.

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