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Case 580 CK series B backhoe

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10-11-2018 17:35:09

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Hi all,
New to the forum so any help would be great. I have a 1974 Case CK Backhoe. It has been parked for awhile and I decided to pull it out behind the barn the other day. When I started it up the "transmission hot" light was on right away when I started it. I checked the transmission fluid and that was a little low so I topped it off but the light is still on. I really don't have any idea where to go from here. Any ideaas would be great. Thanks, Dave

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10-14-2018 06:11:53

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 Re: Case 580 CK series B backhoe in reply to dkrobach, 10-11-2018 17:35:09  
Thanks for all the help guys. I took off the shroud yestereday and it was a grounding problem like you both said. I really appreciate it. All fixed and ready to go again. Dave

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10-12-2018 04:01:51

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 Re: Case 580 CK series B backhoe in reply to dkrobach, 10-11-2018 17:35:09  
Seen the wire from the sending unit under the fuel tank get knocked of the unit and ground causing the light to be lit

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10-11-2018 20:49:08

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 Re: Case 580 CK series B backhoe in reply to dkrobach, 10-11-2018 17:35:09  
if its just a light to tell you when the transmission oil is hot then the light should not come on when you turn the key on. if it does suspect you have a grounding problem either in the wiring from the sensor to the light or sensor itself is bad. check the wiring first. follow it back from the light.

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