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My 2014-5065E (Cab) will sometimes not go into gear. You can continue to move (Slam) the Gear Shift for 20-30 minutes and usually get it into gear. Once it starts, it will continue to work all right until you shut it off for the day and come back to it the next day. Then, the problem starts all over again. JD said it was probably the "Park Switch" (RE12411) which is a position sensor. The tractor still thinks it is in "Park" and will not come out of Park.
This switch is located on the top of the transmission underneath the cab. My question is: Does anyone here know the procedure to get to this switch to replace it without removing the cab?
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Tommy in Georgia
 

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My 2014-5065E (Cab) will sometimes not go into gear. You can continue to move (Slam) the Gear Shift for 20-30 minutes and usually get it into gear. Once it starts, it will continue to work all right until you shut it off for the day and come back to it the next day. Then, the problem starts all over again. JD said it was probably the "Park Switch" (RE12411) which is a position sensor. The tractor still thinks it is in "Park" and will not come out of Park.
This switch is located on the top of the transmission underneath the cab. My question is: Does anyone here know the procedure to get to this switch to replace it without removing the cab?
Thank you,
Tommy in Georgia
What transmission do you have?
 

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1,2,3,4 Gear and A-B-C w Shuttle Shift (F-N-R) on left side of Steering Wheel.

This switch (that I need to replace) is located on the top of the transmission underneath the cab. My question is: Does anyone here know the procedure to get to this switch to replace it without removing the cab?
 

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1,2,3,4 Gear and A-B-C w Shuttle Shift (F-N-R) on left side of Steering Wheel.

This switch (that I need to replace) is located on the top of the transmission underneath the cab. My question is: Does anyone here know the procedure to get to this switch to replace it without removing the cab?
You need access to a service manual. Maybe if you start a new post asking if anyone has a manual in PDF form they could forward it to you. I'd be glad to if I had one.
Give specifics such as year and model.including cab.
 

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So the gear shift you are slamming is the directional selector on the side of the column? Or are you slamming the gear selector? or are you slamming the range selector? That transmission is called a power reverser, a sync shuttle transmission is entirely different. It's more of a manual transmission. When you state "JD said" are you referring to your service dept personnel? I agree with letmgrow, you need the tech manuals for your tractor. That switch may or may not be your issue. Are there any access panels in the floor of your cab?
 

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So the gear shift you are slamming is the directional selector on the side of the column? Or are you slamming the gear selector? or are you slamming the range selector? That transmission is called a power reverser, a sync shuttle transmission is entirely different. It's more of a manual transmission. When you state "JD said" are you referring to your service dept personnel? I agree with letmgrow, you need the tech manuals for your tractor. That switch may or may not be your issue. Are there any access panels in the floor of your cab?
Slamming the Gear Shift Selector (1st thru 4 th) on the right side of the cab . Apparently the tractor still thinks it is in Park. I have tried moving all of the range selectors in the cab. The ( A-B-C) selector, the F-N-R selector located on the left side of the steering wheel where the blinkers are most of the time in a car and the PTO "E" selector located all the way to the rear, left side and back of the seat.

I got a Tech Manual today (450 Pages) and it says to remove the seat to route a new wiring harness and one of the hook ups goes to the switch which I suspect is the problem.is located under the drivers seat on the top of the Transmission. I am going to try that tomorrow.

One access panel in the floor under the floormat but only gives you access to the top of the fuel tank located under the front step of the tractor.
 

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When my 5090 is in park the P lights up on the display. If that P is lit it doesn't matter if it is in F or R it won't move. So I see where that could be your issue. But I would think if what you think is correct you would have a P illuminated on your console.
 

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When my 5090 is in park the P lights up on the display. If that P is lit it doesn't matter if it is in F or R it won't move. So I see where that could be your issue. But I would think if what you think is correct you would have a P illuminated on your console.
My tractor never has a "P" light up any where on the dash. Only an "N" ever will flash
 

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I replaced the Neutral Position Sensor located on the top of the Transmission (Cab) by taking the seat out of the cab and cutting a 4 x 4" hole with a grinder in the seat pedestal to access the sensor. This did not help, the tractor will still not move. I did run some of the codes and I am getting a 524173.17 (Clutch Pedal Voltage Low) and a 524234.04 (Pressure Sensor Voltage Low). I have removed and cleaned both terminals and the battery and the Neutral Ground on the tractor. Any Ideas?
 

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What manual did you get for your unit? Mine has several manuals, the main two being the tech manual and the diagnostic manual. The tech manual is more of a disassembly/assembly manual. The diag manual covers these kinds of issues and is fairly good about leading you in the right direction. Myt experience is that it is almost alwatys not the sensor, which I think I warned you of in a previous post. It's more common to be a wiring issue. Worn and/or chaffed wires or bad harnass. You're at the point of needing to start meauring voltages to see where the abnormal readings are coming from.
 
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What manual did you get for your unit? Mine has several manuals, the main two being the tech manual and the diagnostic manual. The tech manual is more of a disassembly/assembly manual. The diag manual covers these kinds of issues and is fairly good about leading you in the right direction. Myt experience is that it is almost alwatys not the sensor, which I think I warned you of in a previous post. It's more common to be a wiring issue. Worn and/or chaffed wires or bad harnass. You're at the point of needing to start meauring voltages to see where the abnormal readings are coming from.
I got both the manuals. TM90219 (Diagnostic Technical Manual) and TM902519 (Repair Tech Manual).
 

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You should be able to find something in that diagnostic manual to help you troubleshoot the issue.
 

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As of a couple of hours ago, I am having the exact same issue with the exact same tractor model. Have had NUMEROUS electrical issues since owning this 2018 tractor. Making me miss my 1980’s model more and more everyday….
Mine still won't Move. I have replaced the "Park Sensor" that sits on the top of the transmission. I took the seat out of the cab and cut a 4" x 4" hole with a grinder in the floor to access this sensor. Going back today with some Hydraulic fluid and a test light and see if I can get it to move. This is frustrating to say the least. My tractor has been sitting "Parked" for 2 weeks now. Let me know what you find if anything.
 

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Problem Resolved: NOPE
Went back to where my 5065E was parked. I could not read the dipstick on the Hydraulic oil after many attempts. The sight glass also appears to be full as well. I added approximately 2 gallons of Hydraulic oil to the transmission and VOILA! The tractor moved again. I was able to finish bushogging 15 more acres over 2 days with no problems. I am going over to that farm today with my trailer and bring this tractor back to the shop and drain the hydraulic fluid and change it and the filters to insure I have the correct amount of fluid added. Thanks for the Help.

The same day that I posted this, I went back to the tractor. This was after I added 2 Gallons of Hydraulic Fluid, drove the tractor 6 miles down the highway to the next farm, mowed with a 12 ft. Batwing mower for 5 hours and then parked the tractor. I go back the next day with the trailer to pickup the tractor and take it home and guess what? Yep, Same problem, It will NOT MOVE AGAIN! It seems that this is a random and recurring problem.
 
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