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Case 2294 will not move!

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05-29-2016 16:32:35

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I've got a Case 2294 12 speed powershift that out of the blue quiet moving, one moment i was mowing hay and then i shut it off to put fuel in it and then went to restart and it would simply not move. No surging of the engine when putting in the clutch as with all case powershifts tractors do that I've owned and operated, I had a respectable old time case dealer come out and they got it to move and told me it was a electrical short and that they had replaced the circuit board under the shifting counsel with a used one, however this was not the problem and even after replacing it, they did show me while I was there that it was a electrical problem by using a tool that I am not familiar with that while attached to the rely wire in dash they could shift the gears with it, you could hear the engine surge just like it always does and the tractor would go through the gears normally although not moving you could clearly hear it go into gear like it would do normally, however i was not able to stay with them through the rest of the repair so a couple hours later they called and said it was a electrical wire problem and the tractor was good to go, but a couple weeks after i was going down the road and went to a stop sign and it did the same exact thing when going to take off it would not move. I have switched the relays around inside the dash and this did not help, so I bought a new range switch sence the old one was cracked, I hooked it up and it still will not move, got looking at the wiring diagram and it says there should be a 9th terminal on the switch for a blue and white wire running off the circuit board to the switch the problem is my switch only has 8, do I have the wrong switch? Hopefully these pics of the diagram will help, thanks for any help

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