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9020 with the parking brake on?

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Have you ever operated the 9020 with the parking brake on? Solve the problem by hooking up a micro switch to the “Hot” light. See picture.

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Forgot to mention to splice the micro switch wire to the yellow wire on dash “Hot” light which comes from the heat sensor transmission switch in the differential. Run the other wire from the micro switch to ground. If the light is on you have either have the parking brake set or a hot transmission or both.

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Good Idea. But if the brake discs are clean and dry (which they usually aren't) and in adjustment, then you shouldn't be able to hardly move the tractor without noticing they are in park. When I rebuilt my hydrostat a couple years ago I de-oiled the discs and parts. What an amazing difference!

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