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Removed Engine gauge, now hydraulics won’t work

Discussion in 'Dozers' started by Victoria Luper, May 10, 2021.

  1. Victoria Luper

    Victoria Luper New Member

    May 10, 2021
    Bogalusa, La
    2001 New Holland Dozer DC70 LCP, my dozer had been running perfectly fine, I tried replacing the engine temperature gauge, and my dozers blade stopped working and the tracks won’t move. I messed with some of the wires in the dash and a switch on the right side panel and the blade will work for a little bit and all my gauges work but still not the tracks. HELP!
    Tarhe Driver likes this.
  2. JBrady

    JBrady Well-Known Member

    Jan 24, 2019
    NE OK
    I don't have any experience with New Hollands, but from your description, the two do not sound related. I'd check for a blown fuse or relay. Could be that something shorted or you lost a ground when messing with the gauge.
    Coy Lancaster likes this.