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Brake Engaging
TS serial#1A170580.
When I move forward and turn the steering control completely clockwise(turning right) the left side traction motor brake engages and releases when I turn the control slightly in the opposite direction. This doesn't happen going in the opposite direction or in reverse in either direction.
I am not getting a "wrench" light when this happens. I hooked up the service terminal and not getting any codes/service errors. I put new speed sensors on (and adjusted) and am still getting the same issue. I haven't worked on these machines much at all so any and all help on this matter would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance!
  • Posted 9 Nov 2017 02:12 PM
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