Matbro tr 250

Flatlander

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Arable Farmer
Location
Lorette Manitoba
Having charging issues on my matbro. Alternator test good. All wires look good but won’t charge. Light in the cab is on/off at different times Pulled wiring out of the steering console and all looks ok. Any ideas or even a wiring diagram. Thx.
 

Tractortech

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Location
Cumbria
Now Then..
Which version of a 250?? There was the earlier one known as a '250 ITL', then the '250 Powershift Plus', then the '250 - 110'..
If you put a test light with the little bulb in from battery + to the charge light terminal on the alternator, this will bypass the machine wiring and prove the alternator good or bad.
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There may be some large round plug connectors between the cab and machine harnesses which used to corrode, I'd look in those first.. 🤔🔎..
 

JD6920s

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Location
Shropshire
Also check inside the conduit that the harness runs in right round the engine, ours rubbed together, causing lights to flash and not charging, I found the problem inside the harness had all got hot and melted together, conduit was untouched on the outside, I chopped out the bad bits one by one and replaced with heat shrink to protect, it was then fine, but so easily could have gone up in flames!
 

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aangus

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Location
cumbria
Having charging issues on my matbro. Alternator test good. All wires look good but won’t charge. Light in the cab is on/off at different times Pulled wiring out of the steering console and all looks ok. Any ideas or even a wiring diagram. Thx.
I had problems with Terex 200 and it was the plug on the main loom just behind the cab on the joystick side
 

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A man has pleaded guilty at Newtownards Magistrates’ Court to waste offences relating to a bonfire next to the electrical sub-station on the Circular Road in Newtownards, Co. Down.

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