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6320 front wheel drive problem

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01-31-2013 11:57:55

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Front wheel drive will not activate. Confirm display light not on either. Switch nor brake does not activate drive. Diagnostics does not show any codes. No warnings lights flashing. Just will not activate. Any thoughts? Fuse OK. Solenoid connector appears Ok but did not take off.

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02-01-2013 04:00:04

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 Re: 6320 front wheel drive problem in reply to bernieinva, 01-31-2013 11:57:55  

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Robert Major

01-31-2013 18:52:20

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 Re: 6320 front wheel drive problem in reply to bernieinva, 01-31-2013 11:57:55  
Just wondered Have you actually tested the fuse with a meter to make sure you have continuity between the 2 blade terminals. was out at a new 6125R the other day and just by looking you could not see the fuse had blown for the in cab power bars. The break in the fuse wire was right at the end, not in the middle so you could see it easily as normal. Ive Seem this a few times recently on green tractors. Regards Robert

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01-31-2013 12:18:09

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 Re: 6320 front wheel drive problem in reply to bernieinva, 01-31-2013 11:57:55  
You may have a mechanical problem, not an electrical problem.Maybe bad clutch,broken axle,differential problem,bad planetary. Front drive clutch is spring applied and hydraulically released. Basically when you turn the 4wd off,hydraulic pressure overrides the spring pressure and releases the clutch. The tractor will default to 4wd regardless of switch position if you have an electrical problem,the solenoid goes bad,or the harness gets pulled off

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