Amo Posted January 17 Share Posted January 17 So I started my tractor this morning and the century switch did not want to work on the range side. Shut it off to restart to see if that would reset it which it does sometimes and I didn't have enough juice in my battery to start it. Hooked on a set of jumper cables tractor started and the light went out and it's been working fine ever since and it worked yesterday. Does the century switch need to have a certain amount of volts or amps to function properly? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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