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Old 03-11-2020, 02:37 PM   #1
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Welcome to the forum. Do you have switches in the rear to start it from there? Those often get left in the wrong positions.
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I guess I'd start at the chassis batteries. What is the voltage level on the 2 starting batteries? If it is below 11.6 volts, you're going to need to charge the batteries before it will start.
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Dudmg around the battery box and find the leads that run to the transmission computer. There is likely an inline fuse buried in the cables near the batteries.

No power to the transmission computer, no start of engine.
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If not fuse or problem with inline fuses terminals. The crimp on connector to most of those smaller battery terminals are more prone to corrosion than than the bigger cables that are closed at the lug side as well.
I'm not sure where the trans computer get its ground from that would be next check.
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Dudmg around the battery box and find the leads that run to the transmission computer. There is likely an inline fuse buried in the cables near the batteries.

No power to the transmission computer, no start of engine.
Dudmg?
Been trying to decipher what you meant and for the life of me, I can't.
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Sorry, dig around.

Also have heard that connections under the shifter can cause issues.
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Sorry, dig around.

Also have heard that connections under the shifter can cause issues.
Ahhhh,
Thanks for the clarification.
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