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Shifting Problems on a 24 speed Case 2594

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Brent Fowler

09-08-2004 08:50:25
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Got a Case 2594 with the 24 speed transmission and just lately we've started having problems shifting it into gear. The funny thing is that some days it works perfect and other days you go to put it in gear and it just won't go. Chatted with the local CaseIH shop mechanic and he said 90% of the time it's the relay directly below the power shift lever console. Put a new one of those on and of course it's still acting the same way. Talked to the mechanic again and he thought it was definitely a electrical problem somewhere and didn't think it was anything internal. Didn't know for sure if anyone else has experienced a similar problem with a 24 speed transmission?

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Brent Fowler

09-09-2004 08:59:40
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 Re: Shifting Problems on a 24 speed Case 2594 in reply to Brent Fowler, 09-08-2004 08:50:25  
Thanks guys for the advice. I'll try a couple things and if I'm still stuck you'll probably see me back getting some more help. I'm determined to get this fixed.



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Don L

09-08-2004 20:01:34
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 Re: Shifting Problems on a 24 speed Case 2594 in reply to Brent Fowler, 09-08-2004 08:50:25  
Brent; Had shifting problems on my 3394 with 24
speed. Ended up being the switch after we had already put on the relay.The switch is not cheap,
almost $500.00 on 24 speed,the 12 speed is not as expensive. The switch was cracked,new one works fine. Hope this helps. Don



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Brent Fowler

09-09-2004 11:12:31
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 Re: Shifting Problems on a 24 speed Case 2594 in reply to Don L, 09-08-2004 20:01:34  
Thanks for the help. I'll just keep doing a process of elimination.



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Brent Behner

09-08-2004 16:47:56
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 Re: Shifting Problems on a 24 speed Case 2594 in reply to Brent Fowler, 09-08-2004 08:50:25  
Brent What State Do You Live In? You Need The Case Electronic Trans. Diagosnic Tool To Help You Find The Problem. I Have Fixed 2 2594 That Had Bad Ground Wire At Control Valve & Shift Relay Board. "E" Mail Back If Needed Brent Behner



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Brent Fowler

09-09-2004 11:22:27
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 Re: Shifting Problems on a 24 speed Case 2594 in reply to Brent Behner, 09-08-2004 16:47:56  
We farm near Hutchinson, Kansas. Is that Diagnostic Tool fairly easy to use? I'm wondering if the local CaseIH would have that. Sounds like a good way to help eliminate doing a lot of testing. Thanks for the help.
Brent F.



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Brent Behner

09-09-2004 17:08:40
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 Re: Shifting Problems on a 24 speed Case 2594 in reply to Brent Fowler, 09-09-2004 11:22:27  
BRENT If You Use Your Computer You Can Do It. Should Have Service Manual To Help You Hardest Thing To Do Is Hooking Up Computer To Wire Harness & Removing Floor Matt & Side Cover Around Shift Counsel. If You Lived Closer I Would Bring Ours & Help You. Brent Behner Eagle Ranch Repairs Inc. PH. 440-647-4504



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Brent Fowler

09-10-2004 06:37:22
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 Re: Shifting Problems on a 24 speed Case 2594 in reply to Brent Behner, 09-09-2004 17:08:40  
BRENT - I sure do appreciate the help. I wanted to run something bye you. I at least can tell when the tractor is going to shift fine and when it isn't. You know how when you push in the clutch you hear the little surge? Well when that happens everything works fine goes right into gear and everything works like a new one. Then I can go out the next morning and start the tractor up,push down the clutch and you don't hear or feel that little surge and it won't shift into gear just grinds which would make sense. Would that have anything to do with a bad wire on the Control Valve or Relay board or is this something else? It just blows my mind that sometimes it works perfect and other times not.
Brent F.

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Brent Behner

09-12-2004 07:15:50
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 Re: Shifting Problems on a 24 speed Case 2594 in reply to Brent Fowler, 09-10-2004 06:37:22  
Brent From What You Decribe I Would Remove Panel Around Instrument & Steering Panel. Look At Clutch Pedal Swap Switches, If Metal Trip Lever Is Loose On Either Switch That Switch Could Be Bad. With Key On, Engine NOT RUNNING, Push Clutch Pedal Down & Listen For Click, Do That Several Times. If It Don't Click, Try Adjusting Bolts That Trip That Suitch. BRENT BEHNER EAGLE RANCH REPAIRS INC.



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