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Flood lights go Off on John Deere 4040 Tractor

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dexterJD
Join Date: Nov 2014
Posts: 2 United States
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2014-11-08          191367


anybody have a problem with the rear flood lamps going off after 10 minutes. wiring is good. replaced the switch. any ideas

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Flood lights go Off on John Deere 4040 Tractor

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kthompson
Join Date: Oct 2005
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2014-11-09          191380


I assume it comes back on after a few minutes and does the cycle over and over? If so has to be something over heating that is having to cool, if you have a breaker in that circuit and not a fuse it could be that breaker or something in the circuit. But if fused which most likely it is than the fuse would be blowing if overloaded so assuming it is not over loaded.

My thoughts are you will find the issue in the floodlight itself. If the switch on the flood light it might be that but it also could be the bulb. If there is no switch on the light itself would replace the bulb. kt


Be sure you check the ground where grounded to the tractor. ....

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jdgreen
Join Date: Jul 2003
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2014-11-10          191388


The lights are protected by the circuit breakers under the left hand cowling. Remove the left cowl cover and there is a breaker panel there. I would first check to make sure all the nuts attaching the wires are tight. They tend to work loose and create heat due to loose connection. If all connections are tight, then the breaker may be bad or the circuit is overloaded. Also could have a smaller breaker than is recommended installed. ....

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