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    JD 6320 "Instrument unit not receiving any data"

    Recently my JD 6320 began giving message on the instrument panel (unit) digital screen the following message. "Instrument unit not receiving any data. See dealer." When this happens the rpm needle drops. Also it seems as if when this happens the engine will not accelerate. I checked on the grounds and wiring have been checked and have good connection. Has anyone had this issue?

    The tractor is a 2004 John Deere 6320 4wd. Here is a link to a video on the tractor of when it happens HELP! John Deere 6320 - YouTube

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    My 6415 did strange things when the battery was going bad. A new battery cured it, just a thought.
    My first thought is check/clean/tighten each end of the battery cables.
    Next is have the battery "load tested"
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    Quote Originally Posted by MaxBec View Post
    Recently my JD 6320 began giving message on the instrument panel (unit) digital screen the following message. "Instrument unit not receiving any data. See dealer." When this happens the rpm needle drops. Also it seems as if when this happens the engine will not accelerate. I checked on the grounds and wiring have been checked and have good connection. Has anyone had this issue?

    The tractor is a 2004 John Deere 6320 4wd. Here is a link to a video on the tractor of when it happens HELP! John Deere 6320 - YouTube
    Without knowing your codes, Id be guessing you tach sensor. Located on front of engine, down on the lower part of the front cover, left hand side. 15/16 or 24mm stubby wrench is what ive used for them. start there if you dont have any codes, these have been known to go go bad and have symptoms like you have

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zebrafive View Post
    My 6415 did strange things when the battery was going bad. A new battery cured it, just a thought.
    My first thought is check/clean/tighten each end of the battery cables.
    Next is have the battery "load tested"
    Thank you. Its not an old battery but will try that out and have it load tested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bcbrouwer View Post
    Without knowing your codes, Id be guessing you tach sensor. Located on front of engine, down on the lower part of the front cover, left hand side. 15/16 or 24mm stubby wrench is what ive used for them. start there if you dont have any codes, these have been known to go go bad and have symptoms like you have
    Here is an image of the instrument unit code. I will look into tach sensor, however I just replace the temperature sensor over the weekeend because I started getting an "Engine hot" message. Engine temperature is good though. So After replacing it I'm still getting both codes" Instrument unit and engine hot". All wiring and grounds look good.
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    Hi did you have any luck fixing this my 6420 is doing the same thing and I have checked wiring the fuse and earths! Really hope it is not a instrument cluster that I need @ $3000
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