New holland l225 problems

New holland l225 problems

The U. Chamber of Commerce shared its insight on the Paycheck Protection Program. Click here to learn more. Log in or Sign up. Pandemic Unemployment Assistance is effective from January 27, until the end of this year. Messages: After considerable research, experimentation and debate we leased 8 New Holland L skid steer loaders in the fall ofand a sub contractor purchased a Case SR this summer.

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We also utilize another 7 Bobcats from a to an S Last winter the machines performed quite well. The didn't get any use this summer. Since then all has gone downhill. We have hours per machine and in the last 2 months have experienced: - 2 complete engines failures. Both engines were removed and brand new ones installed.

Time to complete: unknown as only 1 has been finished. Apparently the recall went poorly. Several alternator failures so far. The New Holland district rep has been totally useless. PrecisionSnowFeb 7, This is good to know! Are you finding this is leaning more to the NH side or the Case end of things?? Dealers out West here claim that even though they are supposed to be the same similar units with diff paint, they say they are Not! Who do U believe? Gonna be watching this one. BladeBlowBucketFeb 7, Messages: 1, As of right now now we have 5 of 9 machines down for one reason or another.

All have less than hours. The fact we also have a fleet of Bobcats that seem to working except 1 hydraulic line will mean we don't have any problems for tomorrow but holy moly.Pigroast uncertainty What are your thoughts?

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Welcome, Guest. Please login or register. Send this topic Print. Author Topic: Help Well, I headed back home a little while ago to get some more logs milled and moved around. Ran to the parts store for some new fuses I knew it couldn't be this simple, they had to blow for a reason and replaced them.

Started and ran for a couple seconds, then dies again. This time it was only the elec. Opened the fuse panel in the engine compartment Replace fuse again, won't start Well, third time's the charm. Replaced the ignition fuse again and it started I can't get in touch with the New Holland dealer until Monday.

What could be causing this fuse to blow? I turned down all kinds of things for this weekend so I could get some of these logs milled. It's either been raining, or something else has come up for a while now Ohsoloco, I have seen key switches fail inside and blow the fuse, but it's pretty rare. With a new fuse in place and you turn the key to "Run" you should hear the fuel pump kick on. Also, on some diesel engines there is a fuel soleniod that pops open. Check the sound of the pump first. Just turn the key to run, but don't start it.

If the pump runs for 1 minute it is not the problem. Check that if you have that feature. When I am blowing fuses, I stick in a light bulb rigged up to be put in the fuse's place.

Then the light bulb will glow brightly, if there is a short. It gives one a chance to find out what is causing the problem without having the frustration of 'blowing' another fuse.

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I usually take a blown spade fuse and solder wire leads to each leg and the other ends to the two spots on the 12V bulb. For me, it works good. I finally traced down a short in a wire going across the headliner in a car once that I'd a spent a fortune if it'd been at the car dealer.

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Just kept moving wires and things until the light bulb finally 'went out' meaning there was no more short.The U. Chamber of Commerce shared its insight on the Paycheck Protection Program. Click here to learn more. Log in or Sign up. Pandemic Unemployment Assistance is effective from January 27, until the end of this year. Messages: Quick update on the New Holland tragedy. New Holland authorized the dealer to go over the machines with a fine toothed comb this past summer.

They had the machines for as long as it took to do the work. The dealer spent at least hours on the 8 machines and countless thousands of dollars in parts.

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Absolute pieces of junk, those New Hollands. Stay away. PrecisionSnowNov 30, Messages: 3, Messages: 1, Since you guys own these, is it just me or are the majority of the problems with New Holland related to the LS models?

I haven't been in a NH product for a number of years but if memory serves me I remember the old LX series being pretty solid. A Large farm 15 miles away as crow flys runs 16 skid loaders 12 of which are used daily. They ran half case sr half new holland l After motors in 7 of them and wiring issues in all but 3 they are now running half bobcat half cat.

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They had always had case and new holland units since the old case and new holland l's. They will not own another new holland case skid loader.

Messages: 1. I am on my second C in 9 months. Took delivery of a brand new C in March. Ran 75 hours then electrical gremlins snuck up. Replaced all harnesses, sensors, panels and everything else basically and fixed it for a while.

Once they got that figured out, anytime I used the auxillary hydraulics my engine would overheat in about 15 minutes.Remember Me Forgot your password? Forums Blogs Articles Groups.

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Several functions may not work. Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality. Posted 15 February - PM. Our NH L had problems today. The boom hydraulics quit working. Everything seems fine with seat belt switch. The loader will start and when we push the operate bottom to release the park brake it does and we can drive the loader, but the green flashes on the operate botton and the booms will not move.

Anyone have any ideas, I called the local New Holland dealer and they were not sure. Thanks Bob. Posted 16 February - AM. I am not very familiar with those machines. I only worked on 1 of the newer series. That machine should have solenoids on the spool valves that lock them out unless they get voltage from the control panel.

I would find those solenoids and put 12 volts to them to see if they are working. Sometimes the solenoids go bad. I would also test to see if you get voltage to the solenoids when you push the unlock button on the dash I may have an electronic copy of the service manual if you need it. It would have the electrical schematic Posted 16 February - PM. I own a L Mike makes a good point about the door switch.

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You can also bypass the switch using the bypass connector, just make sure the door is either removed or closed before operating the boom or it can get expensive if the switch was the problem. Posted 18 February - AM. Found the problem, the door was taken off and a piece of wire was placed over the magnetized door switch.

The wire had moved and not making connect.

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We spent way too much time trying to figure this out. Thanks for the help. Been there and done that as well On our Kubota they took care of that problem. Javascript Disabled Detected You currently have javascript disabled.

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Please log in to reply. Posted 16 February - AM I am not very familiar with those machines. Bob M likes this. Bob M, PaMike and glasswrongsize like this.Some, like the brake warning light, are familiar and easily recognized. Others may be completely unfamiliar. Here are the New Holland dash light symbols and what they mean. Colored indicator lights provide operating information or give warning of system malfunction.

Warning lights may be accompanied by an audible sound. NOTE: All indicator and warning lights will light up for a second when you turn the key. This is a diagnostic feature. When they start flashing, stop the tractor as soon as possible to investigate the cause.

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Flashing Critical Engine oil pressure low. The RED warning light will also come on. Flashing Critical Hydraulic system charge pressure low. Flashing Non-critical Air Brake Pressure low. AMBER light will also come on. Flashing Non-critical Brake fluid level low.

Flashing Non-critical Hydraulic oil filter blocked. Flashing Non-critical Transmission oil filter blocked. Flashing Non-critical Water contamination in fuel. The symbol may be accompanied by a four digit fault code to help your mechanic diagnose the problem.

AMBER warning light also on. Reduce implement draft load. Critical Engine oil pressure level. May be Critical or Non-critical Rear P. If accompanied by critical alarm REDengage parking brake.

EHR remote valve not functioning, insufficient oil flow. May also show R2, R3, R4. Reduce oil flow to other services. New Holland Tractor Controls, Instruments, Operation Indicator, and Warning Lights Colored indicator lights provide operating information or give warning of system malfunction. Not used. Fast Steer — Comes on when fast steer function is activated.

Differential lock — Comes on when the differential lock is engaged. Headlight high beam — Comes on when the tractor lights are on high beam. Red Stop light — If Stop light comes on stop the tractor immediately and investigate the cause.Discussion in ' Skid Steers ' started by randy1Jan 4, Log in or Sign up. Heavy Equipment Forums.

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Following these guidelines will help make this the best resource for heavy equipment on the net. Thanks for joining us and I hope you enjoy your stay!! Welcome to HeavyEquipmentForums. I have a New Holland L skid steer. We are having frequent problems when doing snow removal with the seat belt safety feature. It will lock up the hydraulics and have the seat belt light come on. We can not raise or lower the boom then and are locked into the cab. Sometimes it will do it very seldom, and it seems the more snow removal I do and the longer I operate it, the more frequently it happens.

I sometimes unhook and re-hook the seat belt times and then it may just start working. I have also put it in my warm garage and used a hair dryer on the seat belt receptacle in case it had moisture in it. Any ideas? Thanks, Randy. Joined: Dec 3, Messages: 1, Location: Carbondale,co. You are not going to want to hear this but here we go. New Holland's have always had the problem, they are notorious for it. I finally got rid of both of mine 10 years ago and have never had a problem since.

Regards, CD. Colorado DiggerJan 4, I have 12, hours between two machines an LX and an LS and had to replace the buckle twice. Fortunately I do not have the enclosed cab so it was not a real problem if it quit. Both of these machines have run in cow manure literally inside and out for their entire lives. The foot pedals are rusted through on one of the machines but the electrical has been reliable.

The seat belt itself is fraid about a third through on the hr machine. No good way to wire around the circuit for permanent use but it would be easy to wire an emergency push to operate switch. I cant imagine being in your situation trapped in the machine when a risk of fire is possible. Both of these machines live in enclosed buildings with very little access to mother nature so water is not a problem for me. Joined: Jun 10, Messages: Location: Wi.