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    Default New Holland TN75S wiring harness burnt

    Hello, I am looking at purchasing a 99 New Holland TN75S that the wiring harness is burnt in several locations. I was wondering where I would be able to wiring diagrams and possibly even a new harness.
    Vin: 176435
    Engine Model: 8035.25

    Another question is how can I tell if this tractor has a ecu? I would think that if not then it wouldn't be to bad to replace the harness and get it running again.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated. thanks Kevin

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    Default Re: New Holland TN75S wiring harness burnt

    All SuperSteer TN's have a controller dedicated to the 4WD traction management system. If the F/R shifter is attached to the steering column, it is a PowerShuttle transmission and you have two computers. Wiring diagrams are part of the service manual set and there are several serial number breaks regarding harnesses and connectors. FWIW, I think your posted serial number is short a digit or maybe two.
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