Discussion in 'Machinery Matters' started by headcase, Nov 11, 2010.
I'd be fairly certain David King fixes them
I gave a bit of rooting and I see you can get them on ebay for 100 euro
It seems very good value so, even compared to similar machines he has there.
Lads there a sort of suspension rod on the cab suspension.
I think I read before there crazy money.
Anyone have a link to them
Yeah the bushes are gone
This is €48,500 and the other they have (link below) is €41,500 in case anyone was wondering.
I think instead of poking dad's left knee, I need to make a more drastic measure
i like your thinking
12000 stg at euroauctions today.
Looks like the one that was on donedeal
I’ve a problem with a 2005 TVT 190. It’s on a diet feeder and around every second day the pto switches off with the error codes shown in the photo. The pto clutch is not slipping. The alternator should be ok as was replaced last year.
The pto buttons on the mudguards have been disconnected. The pto speed sensor has been replaced. Local mechanic is beat, so next stop is main dealer...
It could as easily stop when the feeder is empty as full. It’s a pain when it stops when nearly full because it takes a fair bit of driving.
as @Agri Power puts it, get a fiat
I’ve that t-shirt and won’t be buying another.
Had similar issue with mxm here and replacing the switch solved it
hopefully a 110-90
43 is it thinks the clutch is slipping, it checks pto speed against engine speed and if its outside a given tolerance it switches pto off, you've ruled that out though!
49 is switch pressed too long, if held for more than 10 secs this code appears apparently.
Whether a intermittent fault with the engine speed sensor would cause it I don't know seeing as it uses it to compare speeds. Have you the other tractor you could swap switch and maybe solenoid over with?
Check your earths, if ehat win says is true a bad earth might cause a fluctuation in info to the ecu and cut the pto
I only ever had a 160-90 and a 180-90...
The 160-90 was a brilliant tractor, the 180 wasn’t.
Replaced them with TW15 and TW25...frying pan to fire.
Any old pics of the 15 or 25 , or do you still have them?
They’re gone with years and sorry no photos.