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Subject JD 4410 ehydro fault code 10 valve output to forward or reve

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Chief
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Posts: 4296 Southwest MiddleTennessee
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2005-10-01          117219


Sorry to scupe up your post but the # in your post title is a poison pill for the software. My initial thoughts are has the intial 50 hr. break in service been done PROPERLY? Sounds like the suction screem may possibly be restricted. Can you give us a more detailed description of what is happening. Would love to try and get you up and running. As I recall, some versions of this machine had a recall or TSB to replace the drive coil. My CRS may be mistaken. Let's carry this post forward from here and do our best to get you running again!

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Subject JD 4410 ehydro fault code 10 valve output to forward or reve

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Jstorm
Join Date: Oct 2005
Posts: 3 Selinsgrove PA
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2005-10-03          117304


ok that would be great if we can get this problem fixed. just got off the phone with the dealer and they want me to bring it back up so they can look at it again but the cost of fuel and the time to do this with no results is getting very frustrating. more detail on the problem you asked for. well the tractor has 840 hrs on it. and according to the maintenence log in the owners manual it has been well maintained. just this past sat. i was moving a pile of soil i was keeping track of the time on the onboard meter and at 1 hour of run time i lost movement no fwrd or rev. i cleared the code by ign. off then back on fired up trac. and could go foward but as soon as i tried to back up it stops again no fwrd or rev. when this happens you can go fwrd. as much as you want it only throws this code when you. try to rev. ANd also if you give it time to cool it will work properly again. roughly the longer the cool down time the longer it works properly. thanks for the intrest in helping hopefully we can get somewhere, unlike the dealer were i purchused this. thanks again ....

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Subject JD 4410 ehydro fault code 10 valve output to forward or reve

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Chief
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2005-10-03          117305


Sorry about the cut and paste below but that is how the troubleshooting sympton guide in the shop manual outlines doing the checks. Take a look and see what items you can check. I think as far as the tests & adjustments section goes; that is when you may want to turn it over to the dealer as this requires some special tools. If you are lucky it may be something along the lines of a a pedal postion potentioment being bad of out of whack or debry under the pedal, although from your description, it sure does sound like and internal problem issue like the drive pressure relief valve sticking or fwd/reverse proportioning valve. Hope this helps. Let us know what you come up with and good luck!




Symptom: Machine Movement Problem
(1) Wheels On Machine Will Not Rotate?
Yes - Check torsional damper between engine and
pump
Yes - Hydraulic oil level low in transaxle
Yes - Low charge pressure. See Tests and
Adjustments section.
Yes - Internal pump or motor damage or excessive
wear
Yes - Parking brake engaged or malfunctioning
Yes - Transaxle malfunction. See Final Drive Power
Train section.
Yes - Forward/Reverse proportional valve
malfunction
Yes - Pedal potentiometers neutral position not
properly adjusted, Debris under pedal(s) or pedal
return spring problem
Yes - Seat switch malfunction
(2) Noisy Pump or Motor?
Yes - Hydraulic oil level low in transaxle
Yes - Main drive pressure relief valve stuck open.
See Tests and Adjustments section.
Yes - Air in system. See Hydraulic System Bleed
Procedure.
Yes - Internal pump or motor damage or excessive
wear
Yes - Parking brake engaged or malfunctioning
(3) Sluggish Response To Changes In Speed?
Yes - Hydraulic oil level low in transaxle
Yes - Low charge pressure. See Tests and
Adjustments section.
Yes - Main drive pressure relief valve stuck open.
See Tests and Adjustments section.
Yes - Air in system. See Hydraulic System Bleed
Procedure.
Yes - Hydrostatic pump output pressure too low.
See Tests and Adjustments section.
Yes - Internal pump or motor damage or excessive
wear
Yes - Forward/Reverse proportional valve
malfunction
(4) Low Power?
Yes - Hydraulic oil level low in transaxle
Yes - Low charge pressure. See Tests and
Adjustments section.
Yes - Main drive pressure relief valve stuck open.
See Tests and Adjustments section.
Yes - Air in system. See Hydraulic System Bleed
Procedure.
Yes - Hydrostatic pump output pressure too low.
See Tests and Adjustments section.
Yes - Internal pump or motor damage or excessive
wear
(5) Wheels Rotate In One Direction Only?
Yes - Main drive pressure relief valve stuck open.
See Tests and Adjustments section.
Yes - Forward/Reverse proportional valve
malfunction
Yes - Pedal potentiometers neutral position not
properly adjusted, Debris under pedal(s) or pedal
return spring problem
(6) Machine Does Not Move When Forward or
Reverse Pedals Are Pressed?
Yes - Hydraulic oil level low in transaxle
Yes - Low charge pressure. See Tests and
Adjustments section.
Yes - Internal pump or motor damage or excessive
wear
Yes - Parking brake engaged or malfunctioning
Yes - Transaxle malfunction. See Final Drive Power
Train section.
Yes - Forward/Reverse proportional valve
malfunction
Yes - Pedal potentiometers neutral position not
properly adjusted, Debris under pedal(s) or pedal
return spring problem
Yes - Seat switch malfunction ....

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Jstorm
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2005-10-03          117310


Thanks for the quick reply ill check over the list but im thinking of trying to get out of this deal and take the loss of 2 months payments i dont think i want to let this dealer rake me over the coals anymore. maybe i should have gone with a kabota lol well ill see what i can do thanks for your help ill let you know how i make out i was hopeing it was just a simple sensor malfunction or simple electrical problem since this is computer controlled i figured the diag should have been simple and painless at the dealer but guess not ....

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