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Hello Case IH Gents. I have been looking at the Maxxiums 51XX series MFD with powershift and would really like to add one to the Farm/Collection. I have searched and read other older posts regarding this tractor and have found some positive info from years past. But I would like to see what the current consensus is now that these machines are approaching 30 years old and have more hours on it and they are getting into my price range. Would like to find one with 5000 hours or less. Possibly with a loader for round bales loading and snow plowing. I would plan to use it on my sma
Ok first off thanks to the admins for the add, really believe this will be a great asset to my farm. I bought a case 5240 cab 2wd w/4400 hrs last year. now the PROBLEM- running the tractor last year it done great except if you turned to sharp and it would kick itself into neutral and the light flashes, a quick depress of the clutch and I was right back going with no light flashing afterwards . To my knowledge it done it in all gears. It was annoying but bearable. Well fast forward to a few days ago while I was spraying, the tractor kicked itself into neutral while turning (very
Anybody have a digital copy of a Troubleshooting and Schematics manual for a 5240 they're willing to share? Or at the very least a good place to buy a digital copy? Thanks in advance. Here's a link to one I found already off a quick search.
Ok so I finally decided to upgrade from my 856 to a 5240 with a loader. It worked fine for a few weeks but then it started kicking me out of reverse randomly, every once in a blue moon it will kick me out of forward as well but rarely. When this happens it says shift to neutral. I flip the lever to neutral and then right back to reverse and the tractor will stay moving again. Lately I have been noticing that it seems to be related to when I turn the steering wheel. As long as I keep my hands of the wheel it reverses just fine but if I just barely turn the wheel it may trip the fault. Sometimes