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555c backhoe 1989

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charley

10-02-2004 16:53:41




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I have a shuttle shift on this hoe that is blowing fuses. It is a 5 amp fuse and it blows as soon as I shift into forward or reverse. I checked all fluid levels and they seem to be fine. Does anyone know what might be causing this problem. Also I'm trying to find a service manual for this hoe. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Charley




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RickB

10-03-2004 04:16:20




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 Re: 555c backhoe 1989 in reply to charley, 10-02-2004 16:53:41  
40045531 is the part number for the OEM repair manual. Available from your New Holland dealer; should be under $125 plus S/H.



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charley

10-03-2004 08:16:54




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 Re: 555c backhoe 1989 in reply to RickB, 10-03-2004 04:16:20  
thanks Rick, I think thats what I'll do.



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Gary H.

10-02-2004 19:38:08




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 Re: 555c backhoe 1989 in reply to charley, 10-02-2004 16:53:41  
On the lft side of the transmission is where the connector is for the forward-reverse solenoids. Unhook it the and see if you still blow the fuse. Could be your shuttle lever. There has been a change of design on them. If it has a loop over the lever to keep it from moving too far its the old style. Good possibility its in the lever. Hope this helps.



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charley

10-03-2004 12:25:58




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 Re: 555c backhoe 1989 in reply to Gary H., 10-02-2004 19:38:08  
This is what I found. On the forward & reverse lever the wire for the override switch had become disconnected and was causing a short. Sometimes the most frustrating problems can be so simple. Thanks a bunch Gary for guiding me in the right direction. I really do appreciate it.
Have a great day.
Charley



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charley

10-03-2004 08:15:10




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 Re: 555c backhoe 1989 in reply to Gary H., 10-02-2004 19:38:08  
thanks Gary, I"ll try that and let you know what I find.
Thanks again for the quick reply
Charley



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