Question about John Deere 6300,6300l,6400,6400l Tractor Radiator
The four wheel drive stays on only if there is no power to the four wheel dive solenoid so you need to check the plug at the solenoid[under the tractor near the rear,just behind the end of the drive-shaft].If you have no power in the off position the check the harness,the fuses and the switch.You will usually find that it has just come unplugged due to a stick or something snagging the wire harness down there.
Posted on Jul 14, 2010
Hello, had similar problem with my 6200, kept blowing fuse in two wheel drive, found short at right brake pedal wiring.
Posted on Oct 31, 2010
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