Hmm. Went out to plow when I got home from work and the tractor started throwing a fault code. 22. (two long flashes and two quick). That is odd it is running fine from what I can tell. Go back inside to bust out the Technical Manual. Took forever to find the codes again but eventually found it.Really, reboot the server..... err I mean tractor... Is this a John Deere or a Microsoft product???EFI module air/fuel pressure calculation error. To reset: Stop
engine, wait for fault indicator light to go off and fuel pump to
stop (approximately 0.5 to 1 second). Start engine.
That is odd. So I "rebooted" the tractor and code went away and the machine is running fine. Then I noticed my fuel gauge and temp gauge were pegged out. I turn off the head lights and it goes back to normal but the service light comes on for a second like when the ignition is first turned on. Turn headlights back on, gauges peg out and I notice the hour meter goes out. Lights off same deal. Everything back to normal with a flash of the service light. Grrr, I really want to try and make it through spring with this machine so I can rip it apart and fix this gremlin. It runs fine and I had enough light to plow without headlights. So I got my work done and put it away for the night. I am thinking it is a bad ground in the dash that I have read that others have had. At something like $300-400 for a new dash I am not looking forward to swapping it out as a guess. I need to pull it out and crack it open. Maybe I can re-soldier the connections or at least ID if I have the broken soldier joints that have been mentioned.