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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
IF the rest of the hydraulic system has normal pressure, then the control valve for the 3 point may be faulty, or ; the hydraulic cylinder that raises/lowers the 3 point arms has failed (the sealing ring on the internal ring has torn)
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
The first thing to do is get all the information you can off your plow. Like: serial number, model number and any info on any tags you find then go to the John Deere web site. Go to the plows section and you should find everything you need. They do have parts lists and manuals on the site. But it may be harder to find parts without at least a model. But they do have help areas you can try. Try there and if no luck try to give me all the info you can about what you are looking for and I'll do some research for you.
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
From what I can find, that is a 'timeout' error indicating the expected signals from the hydrostatic transmission are not being received. That would suggest that some of the wiring is still not repaired. Could it be the nice doggie pulled out a connector partially and you didn't notice? Make sure all connectors are firmly seated.
Some have seen this error code occur for the simple reason that the battery voltage was borderline low -- those computers are sensitive. So before you take it to the dealer, put the battery on a charger overnight to see if that resolves it.
Hope this helps. If so, please rate my solutions, thanks and good luck!
Posted on Jun 09, 2010
HAVE YOU TRIED ADJUSTING THE DOWN SPEED? ON MY
1967 JD 2020 THE ADJUSTING SCREW IS LOCATED AT THE
CENTER OF THE TRANSMISSION CASE BELOW THE FRONT EDGE OF THE SEAT. LOOSEN THE LOCK NUT AND
ADJUST THE SCREW TO OBTAIN THE DESIRED SPEED.
Posted on Jan 02, 2011
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