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Old 06-16-2018, 08:17 PM
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Default John Deere 4400 Combine

Anyone know where the fuse panel is in a John Deere 4400 combine?
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Here's the door, guess you just gotta look for that door

https://www.ebay.com/itm/John-Deere-...-/271399185731
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Some dooood on some forum (forget which) was saying something about the fuse for the AC being in the roof of the cab. Fuse panel might be there (shrug)
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ORF, I had and ran a 4400 from 76 to 80 and the fuse panel was on the lower right on the side of your seat assy.

During the time I had this thing, there were a few years where it was a little more forward just below and forward of the shift lever. Not exactly under. JD was bad about moving things on the fly as addon's during the assy runs etc during any one year.

BTW, it's not very large in size considering.
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