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New Holland Tractor TL100A. Put in new battery in Feb. Won't go forward or backward..no insturment panel

Have had to jump start it several times even after that. I jumped it yesterday, it startedm, but the tractor will not go forward or backwards, the instrument panel and radio will not come on. Mechanic checked the fuses and relays and wires. All fine. What could the problem be? computer fuse to computer???

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  • Leslie Aiton
    Leslie Aiton Mar 22, 2014

    There is a secondary fuse box under the hood. The fuse is under there that

  • Leslie Aiton
    Leslie Aiton Mar 22, 2014

    makes the tractor go and lights up the instrument panel. It is up and running

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