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I have worked on a lot on these tractors however very few around have the electronic remotes. I have a MXM190 tractor in shop, working on Electronic rear remotes. In all my years of working on tractors this thing has just about stumped me (I have no CIH EST) to hook up to it, so doing all troubleshooting thru on board diagnostics an using service manual. I can not get remotes to calibrate, but in HH menu > H5 all switches check out. Calibrations are under HH > H1, all 4 valves will follow calibration command up to displaying the 2 on instrument cluster and that is as far as I can get. I have tested harness from controls to controller >controller to remote valves, troubleshooting per error code schematics. What is the common problem you guys have seen? Do I need to get my local dealer out to load new software in the controller? Parts for these remotes are stupidly expensive..............if it was mine it would have manual controls on it before the sun sets today.
Hi guys, In an effort to find the answer on my own and not have to rehash a topic that has surely been beat to death, I have searched this forum and some other places, but to no avail. Either I can't find the answer or I'm not smart enough to understand the answer.... so, here it goes. (Also, thank you for the help with all my other 886 woes. You guys are awesome!) I have abandoned the PTO pump and mid-mount valve and plumbed the loader lift and tilt direct to the remotes on the 886, purged the air and topped off the hydraulic system. 1 - Loader is gosh awful slow. Is this normal for the little tractors? 2 - Loader won't lift front end of tractor off the ground. Hardly takes up slack in loader pins. 3 - I can hear a "relief" sound at max cylinder stroke going up and when fully tilted. 4 - PTO is strong if that means anything. 5 - 3PT seems to work as usual. 6 - Steering is strong and sequels hard on full turn like it always has. 7 - TA shifts strong, brakes are very good, everything responds fast and well except the loader on the remotes. So, where do I need to check pressures, what order do I check them in, and what other info do you need to tell me what to do next? Don't worry, I'm almost done with this thing, I think, and will quit pestering you guys for info soon, we all hope!? After that, it's off to the hobby ranch for a slow painful death.... Maybe for both of us....
My 886 currently uses a mid-mount 3 spool valve for loader control. This valve body leaks by and lets the loader settle. I would like to move loader control to the auxiliary valves and do away with the mid-mount valve, PTO pump, hoses, and levers. The remote auxiliary valves have a float position in them, can this be disabled or bypassed? I don't want a float position on this loader. If not, I tend to build some handle extensions for them and can work in some "stops" that prevent the handle from going into float. General thoughts on this?