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03-23-2013 08:15:53

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Sometimes when I let off the creaper pedal in all ranges the tractor does not move, but if i ps to 2nd it takes off. Do I have a bad clutch switch? Or could it be the circuit card? or worse?

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03-23-2013 16:02:29

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 Re: 2294 Trans in reply to karlh, 03-23-2013 08:15:53  
Its quite possibly the circuit board, but I would test before replacing. Just had a 2094 doing the same and it was the board.

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03-23-2013 09:43:48

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 Re: 2294 Trans in reply to karlh, 03-23-2013 08:15:53  
With the clutch depressed halfway the switched feel good and click like they should

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Jeremy McNary

03-23-2013 16:10:28

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 Re: 2294 Trans in reply to karlh, 03-23-2013 09:43:48  
most likely its the circuit board. my 2294 was acting up recently too turned out that mine had one of the wires that attaches to the circuit board that had some corrosion on the terminal cleaned it up and she's good as new again.

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03-24-2013 04:43:38

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 Re: 2294 Trans in reply to Jeremy McNary, 03-23-2013 16:10:28  
I recently had one that only had reverse and acted weird when shifting,
I found the microswitch levers at the inching pedal were sticking and holding the switches in the wrong position. A little pb blaster made it work right but I replaced both switches as a precaution, Just one other item to check.


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