Join Date: Oct 2010
Location: SW Saskatchewan
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You might want to check your fuses. There is also a fuse at the battery box I believe - if it is the same as a NH combine. I had a problem with my NH combine. We ran a wire down to the battery box and then used that to start the combine for a while until I had time to look into it the next year.
I had a DEF leak once as the plastic injection module cracked - no idea if that anything to do with it. It ran all over the place so not sure exactly what all got damaged! I was blowing the start fuse in the cab, I investigated and couldn't find a problem but somehow there seemed to be increase resistance somewhere. I ended up running a 20 amp fuse instead of a 15 (I think increased size by 5 or 10) as it was blowing it when I went to start. I have used it for 2 years like that and have never had a problem. Something to investigate. I never had any safety switch issues yet.
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