Is that so they can steer a bit better? Last year a lot of guys complained about them swaying a bit like a boat.
Or does it make them steer manually with less effort? JD factory autosteer has always steered with much more manual effort than a non autosteer.
Haven't looked in the cab, but they still haven't wised up and put a "pinky button" resume switch like the sprayers yet, have they?
Cause that would be awesome and give total control to the operator, instead of the "unintended resumes" that happen now when you change cutting heights!
The wheel angle sensor is a running change for more accurate wheel tyre position for better performance. The problem with the swaying lines is the receiver and bracket vibrating and moving. It seems the roof support does not securely hold bracket tight enough on 2009 machines. We proved this by use of a couple cable ties to pull down on bracket and you will be amazed by the difference.
In regards the use of the side button as same of sprayer is too simple for John Deere to rewrite and acknowledge they made mistake to use auto height resume to activate. If only you could change address for this to change would be awesome