New Holland tr 86 lights

Ilnewholland

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#1
I had the same problem on a TR 96 I had. To keep them on one year I would unhook the light that looks at your straw chopper and the the rest would stay on. I then took the two bottom cab lights lights and put them on there own switch. I also like you replaced all the breakers but did not help. That one under the fuse panel is hard to get to. You could check with your dealer as I think New Holland had a service paper update on them about the lights. Ilnh
 

tv140

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#2
There is a rewire update that can be done to solve this problem. Ask your dealer, it is a service bulletin for the TR96 - same thing though.
 

john_holland

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#3
you don't happen to have a number or anything, do you, my dealer works hard but is a bit incompetant and I am not sure they will be able to find what I am looking for thanks
 

Ilnewholland

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#4
I am not sure if this will help but I still had Service Bulletin nSSD126 with some of my papers. This was for TR96's work lights below S_N 529779. I am not sure what they changed on them. I don't have all of the pages anymore. Ilnh
 

19dodge72

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#11
There is a junction box back by the motor that is where the problem lies there is circut breakers there that go bad this must happen to all we have 3 86's same thing on all 3 we just direct wired them.
 

tr86suxatnite

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#14
Did you go from the battery to the main power switch on the light switch or how did you route them. Your feed back and help is very much appreciated
 
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