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mikeyc
Join Date: Aug 2004
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2004-09-13          96320


On my '03 TC40DA, contrary to what the owner's manual says, there is no indicating mark on the tachometer for 540 PTO RPM. There ARE a couple of lights on the instrument cluster. One says 540 RPM, and the other 600-and-something. Is one of the lights supposed to illuminate when the PTO reaches 540 RPM, and the other when it goes too high? At about what engine speed should I expect to get 540 PTO RPM?

Surprisingly the owner's manual doesn't cover the function of the lights at all.

Thanks,

Mike Cobb

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kdsrgone
Join Date: Oct 2003
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2004-09-13          96328


My '04 TC40DA has the indicator on the tach at around the 2450RPM mark. It looks like the head on view of a PTO shaft with shield. If your indicator is missing, I would think 2400-2500 RPM range would be a safe bet. ....

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pkzochow
Join Date: Jul 2003
Posts: 18 Michigan
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2004-09-13          96362


Something you may want to check if the indicator light is not coming on. On my 2001 tc33 the switch that turns the indicator light on had a loose bolt and the switch fell down. This caused the lever not to hit the switch when the PTO was used. I just moved the switch back into place and tightened the bolt, then the indicator lights worked.

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