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Traction control and hydraulic stop working ligts blinks three times i have to turn off engine to try it again

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When all movement of the machine stops the B.I.C.S controller ( under your right elbow )is detecting a " safety " problem. When you get in the machine, turn the key switch to " on , turn and look at the B.I.C.S controller lights. They need to come on in sequence. Only lamp lit now is the seat, pull down seat bar, and that lamp should light. After you push the button to operate, the other 2 lamps should light. Once in the machine, bar down and it ready to travel, use your arms and raise yourself OUT of the seat about a couple of inchs, if the seat light goes out, replace the seat switch. Also ( will need to raise the cab ) check that the seat switch plunger bolt it tight. If it is loose and not holding the magnet in a fixed poistion, now lighned up with the switch that detects where the magnet is, the B.I.C.S controller thinks the OPERATER bounced out and WILL stop the machine. I think it takes aprox 3-10 seconds to make the ecm re-act to the " NO OPERATER " signal Good luck..

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    TRACTION CONTROL.


    that is what it is desgined to do - reduce acceleration and apply the brakes intermittently when the wheels spin. You have a switch you cn push to disable it. You need to disable each time you start car. See owner manual.

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