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    Massey ferguson 6490 T2 54 & 56

    Hi, I know it's linked to sensatronic sensor, can any one tell me where the sensor is as one error suggests it may be unplugged?

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    Re: Massey ferguson 6490 T2 54 & 56

    No idea anyone?

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    Re: Massey ferguson 6490 T2 54 & 56

    Quote Originally Posted by Andy6480 View Post
    Hi, I know it's linked to sensatronic sensor, can any one tell me where the sensor is as one error suggests it may be unplugged?
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    No idea anyone?
    Can you elaborate a bit more? Sensatronic doesn't seem to appear on the 6400 range manual as far as I can see
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    Re: Massey ferguson 6490 T2 54 & 56

    Did you find it . It is behind rh cab mount bracket. Not easy to get to and change. Needs to be located in housing correctly or it will brake and tractor will need to be split

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    Re: Massey ferguson 6490 T2 54 & 56

    Just to elaborate a bit, it also wonít calibrate and is quite jumpy when cold? I was told it could be an internal spring? Or the plate the sensor is meant to see?

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    Re: Massey ferguson 6490 T2 54 & 56

    is the clutch dragging ? stick it on a level surface ,shuttle in neutral , in its lowest gear and if it starts to drive forward the clutch is goosed .
    the springs there talking about are beveled washers and have a habit of cracking and that stops the clutch calibrating . these are out a claas
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    Re: Massey ferguson 6490 T2 54 & 56

    I will try that today, sometimes at a junction if I donít stop rolling then try to set off I can get a delay in drive would this be caused by the same thing?

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    Re: Massey ferguson 6490 T2 54 & 56

    Just because the couch is needing calabrated . Could be a few if the plates worn out to . When your checking for it dragging get plenty engine revs on . I take it its a dyna 6

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    Re: Massey ferguson 6490 T2 54 & 56

    Yes itís a dyna 6

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