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1985 steiger panther powershift.computer won't start up,and will display codes on dash-help

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  • dxid Mar 07, 2009

    1985 steiger panther powershift computer will NOT display ANY codes on dash ??, fuses are good

  • dxid Mar 07, 2009

    head's fine problem not w/ motor and clys are good.. we're talking strictly a computer problem here, on a steiger farm tractor.. computer does'nt start thus not displaying any codes..

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Check the connector to the computer module, you should test that there is power getting to the computer. Check if this is a dirty battery post as suggested, but if computer does not give sign of life it should not.

If the connector is good and computer is dead, then replace the computer module on your tractor.

Regards.

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You have a dirty battery post .

Well first push down on the inch pedal (clutch)then put the tractor in gear (actually in this case its called a range not a gear) then move the power shift one shift at a time then move the throttle. To stop pull back on throttle , pull back on power shift then depress inch pedal. To pull heavy loads at higher speeds (wagons on the road) start in 3rd range, increase throttle, move powershift to 2, then depress inch pedal , move range to 4th then release inch pedal, increase throttle , then move powershift to 2nd then 3rd.
DO NOT PULL BACK ON POWERSHIFT WHEN CLIMBING STEEP INCLINES WITH HEAVY LOADS AT FULL THROTTLE!!! YOU WILL ONLY DO THIS ONCE!!
Always pull back on throttle to slow down then on powershift. When coming to a stop sign on the road and u have to stop ....pull back on throttle to an idle then depress inch pedal fully (powershift will return to 1st) then use your brakes.

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The head is aluminum and is possibly warped. you need to do a compression and cly leak down test

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What codes displayed?

Posted on Mar 07, 2009

  • crysiszone Mar 07, 2009

    If the computer is plugged into a surge protector, see if the surge protector has a reset switch that you can push. (If it doesn't have a reset switch and the problem is with the surge protector.


  • crysiszone Mar 07, 2009

    If you can hear the computer's fan or hard-disk drive, or if you can see indicator lights on the main unit but the monitor stays dark, make sure that the monitor is connected to a working power source.


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