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  • stratocast56 ·
    Dear Robert,

    I had sent you a message before about repairing the instrument cluster hour meter on my X595 tractor. My question for you not what is there an easy and safe way to remove the cluster to avoid further damage?? It appears that the only other problem it shows is when the headlights or PTO for the mower is engaged it pegs the fuel and temperature gauges!!

    I believe this is from what I have read a bad solder joint on the ground connection of pin 20 of the male wiring harness plug of the instrument panel circuit board??

    Please respond with your advice and when you could think about an attempt to repair my instrument cluster??

    Thank You
    Rodney Ault
    burned300 ·
    no cab, only have a blade. if I had a blower or thrower, I'm sure I'd need a cab. right now no snow in sight, I need snow!! ready to make more $$
    burned300 ·
    We are getting a bunch of rain here to, we've had a few snowfalls, three that were 3" or more, so I was able to get out and play. I added plow wings to blade for a total of 6 feet of awesome pushing with X595
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