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Any pro 5 hints and tips,trust me there are a few.
From inching cables to hydraulics [url removed] know this range has been released in Europe before th [url removed],so if you have any hints why not post here.
  • Posted 11 Jul 2008 07:41 AM
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Hi alan m. I work on Pro 5's in australia. We have a problem with auto shifts droppping into neutral (no dash light illumination.) An erratic sounding reverse alarm seems to acompany the problem. have you experienced this...
  • Posted 13 May 2009 12:34 AM
  • jeremy_e
  • North Carolina, United States
broken wires in the the seat switch harness under the seat can cause this and is a common issue. you really need to remove harness and ohm to get a good reading on it
  • Posted 24 Oct 2012 11:28 AM
If you remove the seat, CHANGE the harness for sure. It sometimes ohms out ok but is bad. I drill a hole behind the seat so the harness does not pinch as much. Those seat harnesses were bad right from the factory.
  • Posted 13 Nov 2012 07:57 AM
  • julls24
  • united kingdom, United Kingdom
Hi I have a pro 5 and it idles fast and not tick over any ideas how to fix ?
  • Posted 8 Oct 2013 06:37 AM
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