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rvav8r
Join Date: May 2006
Posts: 3 Bandon< OR
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2006-05-14          129356


I have a JD4210 and today I noticed that the indicator lamp[ is flashing a code of 2 shorts 1 long and 1 short. My operators manual does not cover what the codes are. Would someone who has the service manual be willing to share what that is?

Thanks,
Ray Murphy
Bandon, OR

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2006-05-14          129358


eHydro? If I'm reading the chart correctly that's a flywheel speed sensor error. When it occurs the cruise control and loadmatch will be disabled. ....

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2006-05-15          129388


Thank you. Unfortunately the nearest JD dealer is 150 miles away. It has been dusty here lately so perhaps this might just be a case of a dirty sensor. ....

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2006-05-15          129389


OOOPS. Yes it is an E-Hydro model and I did notice that the loadmatch hesitated while I was tilling and the tractor sort of lurched on occasion.

The dealer is in Eugene. ....

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2006-05-15          129397


Check the connector and wiring. I don't know about this particular sensor but sometimes with other sensors the wires hang loose and get snagged on brush and end up pulling loose or breaking. ....

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