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Old 21-01-2018, 11:29 PM
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Default Fermec / Case diagnostics

Would anyone have any info or access to fermec/Case diagnostics, i am looking into the Fermec 965 Case 595/695 4 wheel steer backhoe loaders, everyone that i look at seems to have problems on the all wheel steer mainly for the back wheels, i am trying to work out if they can be an easy fix, i am not too worried if it's a printed circuit board fault as i have friend who can usually repair these, but i am wondering what else can cause these faults, There does not seem to be too much info on the web about them so any info (constructive) would be greatly appreciated.
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Old 22-01-2018, 05:22 PM
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We just sold one with the same fault?

I did look into it briefly but to much in them. Electrical boards are so expensive too if I showed you what Terex rrp of the tinyist board it havd 3 25p chips, a couple of Capistors and some resistors was 680 plus vat rrp
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Old 22-01-2018, 06:15 PM
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Blimey what a rip off, i am lucky that i have TV/AV engineer that i can call on he is really good at fault finding on PCB's, there is not much info at all on the known faults so its a fair risk to take a punt on one! What did you have.
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jcb,s was nearly always the axle sensors , had a dodgy ram seal once too
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