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John Deere 4710

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Bubba A
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2002-12-02          45646


I currently own a John Deere 4300 and am looking to upgrade to a 4710. The John Deere 4300 was adequate, but I find that I now need a machine with more horse power. My main, and only, concern is the reliability and durability of the switches on the E-Match electronic system. I use this machine on a commercial basis, so reliability is big concern for me. I would like to hear from readers of this forum about your experiences with the 4710's E-Match electronic system with the hydrostatic transmission. Thank you.


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DRankin
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2002-12-03          45676


There is a 53-item post running currently on a 4410 with electronic problems right out of the box. Scroll through that one if you havenít already. ....

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2002-12-03          45695


Yes read & you will be enlightened ....

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DennisCTB
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2013-03-16          186405


Very belated link to John Deere 4110 Electronic Problems
http://tractorpoint.com/forum/john-deere-tractor-review/45461/1/Just-got-my-new-JD-4410--Problem-already-Help.html ....


Link:   John Deere 4110 Electric Problems

 
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2013-03-17          186407


I've had a 4310 since about 1999 or 2000, with 800 some hours, The only difference with mine is the transmission, I have a 12/12 power reverser. It might konk out tomorrow but so far the electronics haven't given me any problems. I also had a 4410 while we did some landscaping for hire. It also was a 12/12 power reverser. It's been a while since we sold the 4410 but I can't recall any electronic problems.
The 10 series does have some electric connectors under the tractor that a stick or something can catch and partially disconnect while bush hogging that bring you to a dead halt.

Frank. ....

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