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    5065e lost dash power and will not move

    I have a 2014 5065E with power reverser. Today while loading a trailer, trans quit pulling and dash quit.
    Checked the dash fuse before it got dark and it was fine. Didnt have a meter with me to see if it had power to the fuse.
    Been having issues at times where it would quit pulling and the N light flashing.

    Tractor starts right up so battery is fine

    Anybody else had this issue?

    Thanks

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    Welcome to GTT
    I'll suggest to check wiring harness ground wires for continuity.

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    Its blowing the ELX fuse as soon as you insert a new one

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    Found the trans speed sensor shorted out.I unplugged everything and plugged them back in until I blew a fuse. She is back going again
    Maybe this will help someone that has this problem in the future
    Tx Jim, johnH123, 2mtrucks and 1 others like this.

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