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New olland tc33d --won t start-pto switch

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Brian
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2006-01-23          123324

my pto indicator light goes on when I go to start the tractor.

All of the PTO levers are in the off positions, the tran is in neutral. They have been moved around & checked.

I have found one safety switch on the mid pto but do not see one on the rear pto, does anyone know where it would be?

Any other ideas?



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JimP
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2006-01-23          123328

Check your fuses... ....


Link:   TC33D Blowing Fuses

 
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Ray
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2006-01-23          123334

There are some wire's underneath the tractor towards the rear sometimes mine become seperated if I run over branchs and such and I have to plug them back together, hope this helps. ....

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Brian 2
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2006-01-24          123356

Thanks for the info my #1 fuse a 7.5 amp was blown fuel selenoid/ rear pto ....

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Brian 2
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2006-01-24          123357

Thanks for the info my #1 fuse a 7.5 amp was blown fuel selenoid/ rear pto
Should I get a circuit breaker fuse for this?
my tractor is a 2000 tc33d I have no 10 AMP FUSE AS THE INFO implies. Must have been some changes. my fuse panel is set up #1 7.5 amp rear pto/ fuel selenoid #2 7.5 amp instrument panal gauges #3 20 amp main light switch #4 15 amp rear work light/hst cruise control - empty spot - #5 15 amp rear hazard flasher lights -empty spot

If I add a front axilliary light should I add a new fuse & circuit? or use one of the others? It a powerful light.

Thanks ....

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oneace
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2006-01-24          123409

You should get an 8 amp breaker to but in its place. as far as the lights go your best bet would be to run a whole new circuit with a relay and in line fuse. But depending on the amperage required by the light you might be able to get away with tapping in to your existing circuit. ....

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Jeler54
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2006-02-16          124598

I have a TC40DA and the pto warning light is on with the main, mid and rear pto levers in the off position. I've checked the main switch and the rear and they appear to be fine, but I can't find the 3rd safety switch. Is it housed in the transmission or rear end somewhere? Any help would be great!
Thanks ....

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Kansas-Man
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2024-02-10          201782

BINGO!!!! Thank you! On the rear axle underneath, there were two wires and two plugs that were separated. I had been running over, saplings forward and backwards and must have unplugged them. I am not mechanically inclined, I was ready to have this thing towed to the mechanic shop. Thank you again! ....

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