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    Default tc25d cab heater hookup

    looking for information on how to install a curtis cab heater on my tc25d tractor. i'm mainly looking for where the radiator hoses connect to. thank you.

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    Default Re: tc25d cab heater hookup

    Boy...are you in the wrong forum! LOL!

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    Default Re: tc25d cab heater hookup

    I know it's not a Curtis Cab heater but it may help you out with the hookups. I found this on Sims website because I just finished installing a Sims cab with heater on my tractor. My heater will drive you right out of the cab on high speed. I mounted my heater high in the cab verses down low and the fan motor doubles as a defroster blower too.

    The link takes you to the TC25D cab page. Look below under options and click on the water heater, the instructions should be right there just click on them.

    TC25D Cab Depot



    Here's page 2 of the instructions. There is a sketch that you may want to look at. I couldn't figure out how to copy it and paste it.

    1) Remove the INSIDE bolt from the RIGHT side of the Cab Windshield.
    2) Bolt the Heater Mounting Bracket to the Windshield using 2 (two) 5/16 x 1” Hex Bolts, 4 (four)
    Flat Washers. And 2 (two) Nylon Lock Nuts.
    3) Install the Heater Switch into the Heater Mounting Bracket using the Hardware supplied with the
    Switch.
    4) Install the Heater To the Bracket using 2 (three) 5/16 Nuts supplied in the Heater Kit.
    5) Cut the Heater Hose in half, and secure one end of each of the Hoses to the Heater, and secure
    using 2 (two) Hose Clamps provided in the Heater Kit. Run the Hoses through the Cowl Curtain
    and DOWN and under the Tractor Hood.
    6) Drain the Tractor Radiator of Coolant.
    7) Remove the Plug on TOP of the Water Pump and install first 1 (one) 90 degree Street Elbow and
    then the Shut-Off Valve supplied with the Heater Kit. Attach one of the Hoses to the Valve and
    secure using 1 (one) Hose Clamp provided in the Heater Kit.
    8) Remove the LEFT side Engine Side Cover.
    9) Remove the Lower Radiator Hose, and Cut approximately 1” out of the Hose. See the Heater
    Installation Drawing.
    10) Install the Pipe Adapter using 2 (two) Hose Clamps Provided in the Heater Kit.
    11) Install the other 90 deg. Street Elbow, making sure that the Elbow faces towards the REAR of
    the Tractor. Install the Straight Pipe Fitting to the Elbow.
    12) Install the Radiator Hose Assembly using the original hardware. Connect the remaining Hose
    from the Heater using the Hose Clamp provided in the Heater Kit.
    13) Crimp on the Wire Connection to the Wires from the Heater Kit and install them on the terminals
    on the Heater Switch.
    14) Connect the Heater Switch to a line that is “live” only when the Tractor Ignition is on to prevent
    any accidental discharge of the Tractor Battery, or any damage to the Electrical System.
    15) Refill the Radiator, adding enough Coolant to fill the Heater, and MAKE SURE that the Shut-Off Valve is OPEN. Run the Tractor engine and check for any leaks before placing the Side Cover back in place.

    Hope this helps.

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    Default Re: tc25d cab heater hookup

    Say Roy,

    I'm trying to see the satire or humor in your reply to KJWPOP, but I'm having a problem with "Boy,,, are you in the wrong forum". It seems that the only logical place for a question for a NH TC25D is in this forum. Let's all encourage any new members to participate and not scare off our new members with innuendo or past thread comments that they may not understand.

    So go ahead, KJWPOP, ask away. We love all questions concerning New Holland tractors!

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    Default Re: tc25d cab heater hookup

    I looked into this a little bit, cause I felt bad that no one helped him out over a month ago, but apparently he posted the same question twice, web page , and did get referred to the Curtis site. Maybe that's what Roy was joking about. I installed my Curtis heater two years ago, and as I recall, the directions were wrong about where to connect the hoses. I'm trying to do a search cause I think I brought it up here, but I suck at searches.

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    Default Re: tc25d cab heater hookup

    I could do nothing but expect Roy was joking - He's a great member here at TBN. I just want lots of folks to participate so the Board's activity will increase! We don't want new members to feel excluded or that they are not free to ask away.

    Roy - Hope you were not offended - my apologies if you were.

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