Newholland T7.210 4b

Millhouse1

Member
Livestock Farmer
Hi
I have a Newholland T7.210 4b
Good enough tractor but I have one massive problem that really pees me off. If you let tractors down in revs she seems to be exhaust braking. Is there a care for this??
Local dealer says not
Regards
 

Ben B

Member
Mixed Farmer
Hi
I have a Newholland T7.210 4b
Good enough tractor but I have one massive problem that really pees me off. If you let tractors down in revs she seems to be exhaust braking. Is there a care for this??
Local dealer says not
Regard
Is she an Auto command transmission? If so, no that's how they work. You'll get used to it after a while but it's defentily different from a powershift.
 

ColinV6

Member
I’m not quite sure what you mean? Is the exhaust brake light on the dash.

Had power command and now autocommand here and neither that I’m aware of puts the exhaust brake on unless I use the pedal?
 

Millhouse1

Member
Livestock Farmer
Ok it’s a power command. You can hear a slight noise like she is exhaust braking. I was told they done this to build up heat for emissions
 

ColinV6

Member
Are you meaning all the time, or maybe a couple of times a month when it does a sort of mini burn off?
My old power command used to do a hissing sound on and off especially noticeable with the sunroof opened. It also felt more laggy when doing it. After an hour or so it would end and be back to normal.
 

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