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  • can't find idle module on miller bobcat 225 nt

    Could someone please give me detailed instructions on where/how to find the idle module on a 95ish Bobcat 225 nt please, thanks

  • #2
    Square 5 pin thingy behind the front panel, next to the coarse range switch

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    • #3
      Thanks man, I was looking in the wrong area,gonna look when I get off work

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      • #4
        I found one on a 225g, I hope it's the same as the 225nt

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        • #5
          Cruizer,have I got one for you, I was excited I found the module you led me to on a broke down 225g, I got home to my machine has no EXISTANCE of a module, no bracket, no extra wires ,no clean spot or bolt holes, I have pictures, I'm very confused.The machine cranks up and goes wide open(very wide open)and will not idle down, I can play with the choke and find a lower idle spot to run on

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          • #6
            serial #, idle module on that one is pull to idle

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            • #7
              Diagram shows it in between the selector switch and fine control knob on the inside

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              • #8
                So how do I fix the pull to idle? Not sure the miller # I have the onan #

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Rickybidness View Post
                  So how do I fix the pull to idle? Not sure the miller # I have the onan #
                  first you give me the serial#

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                  • #10
                    This probably won't help but it looks like either a L or K then definitely an A3, then three numbers I can't read,ending in 79, so ,LA3xxx79,or KA3xxx79, and I'm not for certain on the first letter K or L just kinda looks like it

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                    • #11
                      probably an LA, however, being a Miller Tech and all, I need ALL THE NUMBERS. If you can't read them on the outside, there will be stickers on the inside
                      Last edited by cruizer; 04-30-2015, 08:23 PM.

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                      • #12
                        Got it, LA351779

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                        • #13
                          Can't help ya till tommorrow, as I'm off my main computer

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                          • #14
                            Ok, born on December 21, 2000, looks like it's closer to the hour meter. It's a 184731 idle module, does not appear that that the one out of the 225 will fit the NT. The NT uses 5 pins while the 225 units only have 4

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                            • #15
                              Ok, the other machine I'm looking at has both the 5 prong module and the red 4 prong one, why would it have 2 of them? anyway, I have that part also , I'll put in on when I gt home, if I don't work too late

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