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CaseIH 2096 Shifting issues

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Jeff Loidolt

04-14-2013 09:01:27




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I just bought a CaseIH 2096. When U your drivng it in push in the clutch the tractor stops real quick almost as if you pushed in the break lever as the same time. And now 1st and 3rd don't work on the powershift. Also the diff lock did not work so I replaced the rocker switch and nothing. Help?




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james Aakre

04-14-2013 10:25:21




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 Re: CaseIH 2096 Shifting issues in reply to Jeff Loidolt, 04-14-2013 09:01:27  
Check the c1-c4 swap switch. This switch is controlled by the clutch pedal movement. Listen close while you slowly push the clutch down. (engine stopped of course so you can hear) As you push the clutch pedal down you should hear a click when the pedal is 1 inch from the top of clutch travel and again when the pedal is 1 inch from the bottom of its travel. The c1-c4 swap switch is the bottom switch. Hopefully this is your problem.

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Don Rudolph

04-14-2013 14:53:53




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 Re: CaseIH 2096 Shifting issues in reply to james Aakre, 04-14-2013 10:25:21  
James,

Are you from the Case dealership in Rollag, MN?

Don



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mEl

04-14-2013 12:07:40




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 Re: CaseIH 2096 Shifting issues in reply to james Aakre, 04-14-2013 10:25:21  
Last winter I did an 1896 that only had reverse,all three swap switches had corroded fast at the hinge and stuck the switches. New switches renewed to normal operation. The relay boards can fail but a lot less common, get a can of PB Blaster and work the little stitch levers while spraying the pivot at the bottom of the lever till it movesw freely. hope that fixes u up. mEl



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Case 1175puller

04-14-2013 10:02:20




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 Re: CaseIH 2096 Shifting issues in reply to Jeff Loidolt, 04-14-2013 09:01:27  
Sounds like the brain went bad. Located lower front of side console.



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