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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You can call a local John Deere distributer. Talk with the parts department and tell them the error code you are getting. Give them your serial number and model number and they can tell you exactly what the error code means. This will allow you to run a search for the error itself and find a part replacement or fix for the error code.
Posted on Oct 27, 2009
Lcd display switch is stuck in the on position either play with the switch until the code goes away or have the dealer replace the switch,it should still have warrenty.
Posted on Dec 02, 2009
Below the bottom of the hood you will find two metal tabs,push down on either one to release the hood.You will have to release the grill guard pin and roll it forward before the hood will open all the way[if it has a loader on the tractor].Under the hood and to the left of the battery is the prop rod to hold it up.Hope this is helpful.
Posted on Jan 02, 2010
Both codes are related to the forward and reverse pedals.To cycle through and clear the codes,turn the key on and then press the forward pedal to the deck within 2 seconds and release and the do the same with the reverse pedal,the code should go away unless the problem persists.If so then you need to check the wiring to the potentiometers on each pedal and also check to see if one has been moved[knocked out of range]If none of the above is the case then either the forward or the reverse solenoids could be stuck there-by letting the tractor think you started it in gear,hence no movement,these checks are not really a do-it-yourselfer type checks so you may need to seek help from Deere,hope this helps,thanks.
Posted on Feb 17, 2010
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