7740 gremlins

acorn

Member
Livestock Farmer
After solving a problem with the dip beam blowing its fuse, I have now noticed the fuel and temp gauge are not working .
All fuses look intact............looking for inspiration.
New Holland 7740 sle blue roof.
Acorn.
 

forblue

Member
what type of instrument panel, fuel gauge, i assume you have two tanks turn ign on and disconnect wire on either tank and check with multimeter to see if you have any supply same with temp i think fuse 10 is supply voltage to dash is that ok.
 

acorn

Member
Livestock Farmer
.....started to check tank wires as suggested and.............. found the issue immediately, wire had come off the spade connector.

It has the analogue dash fortunately, it does seem to have wiring issues tho....

Thanks all..............will probably be back soon.....
 
.....started to check tank wires as suggested and.............. found the issue immediately, wire had come off the spade connector.

It has the analogue dash fortunately, it does seem to have wiring issues tho....

Thanks all..............will probably be back soon.....
Old style dashes don’t normally give bother.
 

forblue

Member
Suggest you check earth strap between can floor and top cover, multipin connectors under front right of cab, remove cab floor mat and tin cover check loom and l/h side dash panel near clutch pedal and oblong panel check dash loom they can rub through, all types of instrument panels normally do not give any problems, it's plug's, sensor's and wiring terminal's that can be a problem a good electrical cleaner can help but remember it will not remove corrosion .
 

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