I've got a 1070 (white, factory cab) with a strange problem with the flashers. Specifically, the turn signals don't function right. When you move the switch to either left or right signal, absolutely nothing happens. But if you have the lights on as well as the turn signals, the turn signals work properly. The flashers work fine themselves when you have the light switch in the third position. Any ideas of what to look for? I tried swapping out the flasher/turn signal switch out of my 2390 and the exact same thing happens. I put the switch back in the 2390 and the flashers and turn signals all work fine. Any suggestions? Thanks.
Today's Featured Article - Massey Ferguson 35 (and up) Tractor Assembly Notes - by Jack Wetmore. These assembly notes are for Massey Ferguson tractors with a two stage clutch and 6 speed, 8 speed and mutli-power transmissions. I see a lot of discussion forum messages regarding damaged clutches from improper assembly. The objective is to have the engine and transmission slide together safely and easily until the gap between the two halves is less than 1/4", BEFORE tightening any of the bolts holding the two together. Using bolts to draw the two halves together will damage the PTO
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