FLU 419 SEE wiring diagram will hopefully be loaded in Misc Technical Manual Forum

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SEE wiring Diagram

Now that General Hood is out of diagrams there will be demand for the electrical diagram.

https://www.steelsoldiers.com/showthread.php?168054-Unimog-FLU-419-SEE-Wiring-Diagram

As noted, it does not cover the diagnostic harness or the electrical systems associated with the rear backhoe and hose reel system. The electrical diagnosis section of the TM manuals have partial wiring harness drawings of these systems.
 
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It was moved to the current conflict vehicle forum. I edited the original post to reflect this location

https://www.steelsoldiers.com/showthread.php?168054-Unimog-FLU-419-SEE-Wiring-Diagram

If you are looking for SEE info, there is also some in the Misc Technical Manual Forum.

Including this https://www.steelsoldiers.com/showt...om-PS-Magazine-Maintenance-and-Operating-tips

I have also seen SEE specific info on the optional auger posted there and a test report on the optional Hein Werner ripper bucket.

As usual use the search function on the website and you may get lucky!
 
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On that note... I have about 1/3 of the diagnostics harness mapped out. It's not worth it folks. If you have the chance (cab up), pull it. It's just clutter in a (for it's time) highly complicated machine.

i believe it to be wired in parallel in its entirety. This is consistent with a simple electrical diagnostics system. I.e. Cutting wires in this system are not going to affect the 419's base functions, the diagnostics circuits are merely add-ons.

Most of it centers around fuel filters (for diagnosing pump issues, apparently), and the starter system.

You will find most of the connections at ground points throughout the 419. I guess they are measuring power and resistance to check for problems. Nothing a good voltmeter and a little smarts can't deal with.

Just my thoughts. Thanks.
 
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