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linefuse29
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2010-07-09          172189


Lamp code is short, long, long, short. Tractor runs fine. Anyone know what the code means??

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hardwood
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2010-07-09          172190


I'm sure your owners manual will translate some codes to written terms. A more comlete list of codes are in a service manual. I'm at the wrong location today to have access to my service manual, but I think there are others here who also have a service manual, perhaps they can help sonner than I can. ....

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2010-07-09          172191


The owners manual says to contact your local JD dealer. I dont have a service manual. Where can I get a service manual. I looked online and its $100. Is this right?? ....

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hardwood
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2010-07-09          172193


Line;
Sorry I thought the OM had some codes.
In the meantime what is your tractor doing or not doing that may cause the codes to flash? The 4XXX series are famous for having wires on the belly of the tractor get pulled loose if you've been in tall grass or weeds with a bush hog, you might check that first.
I don't rememberr the cost of the Service Manual, I've had it for several years, but I do remember it was far from free.
Unless someone else helps first I'll be home to look it up tomorrow.
Frank. ....

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2010-07-09          172202


Ok I appreciate it. ....

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2010-07-10          172213


Line;
Your code indicates a probl;em with the MFWD speed sensor circut. The service manual does not show the location of the sensor but does show a wire connector looking like it has three wires going thru it. The background of the connector picture looks to be under the center of the tractor near the little hydraulic cylinder that shifts the MFWD in and out of gear.
The manual goes on to explain how to test the voltage levels with a meter that should be going thru this connector.
I would first look for the connector and be sure it is properly connected together and that all the wires going to and from it are intact.
I am not the world's best when it comes to electical things so I won't go into the several paragraphs on how to properly test the system. I would have a fear of telling it wrong causing you to do something that might fry something expensive. If it were a mechanical issue I'd have no fear of giving you some instructions, but not electrical.
Hope this might help you.
Frank. ....

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2010-07-10          172219


I appreciate it. I did have problems with that switch a while back. I tore it loose bush hogging. Ill get under there and have a look this afternoon. Ill let you know what I find. ....

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