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john deere 624g loader wont crank or go into gear

Discussion in 'Wheel Loaders' started by Gedbuch, Dec 1, 2019.

  1. Gedbuch

    Gedbuch New Member

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    loader died went to restart and nothing checked the ign switch batteries fuses all are good .I can jump the starter and it starts i tried to move it and it wont go into any gear Anyone have any ideas where to go from here ?

    Thank you
     
  2. mg2361

    mg2361 Senior Member

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    Welcome to HEF Gedbuch;)! Check your F4 5A Transmission control fuse and your F6 5A Neutral start fuse. The first one (F4) can prevent start up and machine moving. The F6 can only affect start up. If those fuses are OK then I would be checking your FNR for proper operation.
     
  3. Gedbuch

    Gedbuch New Member

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    Thank you it was the f4 fuse . I ran it for a good 30 min then it popped the fuse again. im here in colorado we just got alot of snow its cold and wet im wondering if something is wet and blowing fuse ? wondering what could cause it. Im looking to buy the service manual now I really apreciate your help sir
     
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    mg2361 Senior Member

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    The manual you will want to get is TM1529 Operation and Test Manual.
    Check the wiring in your loader lever for the transmission downshift button. If you can, open the right load center compartment door and unplug the wire (should be a P15 red wire and a T04 blue wire) going to your loader control lever and then run your machine to see if the problem goes away. If you cannot identify the wires then unplug all the electrical connectors to your loader lever and try.