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    Bronze Member Acehardly's Avatar
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    L & G 345, X595, 955 W/FEL

    Default Re: X595 maintenance light woes

    So, I am still looking at my maintenance light. Talked to Deere again and they just threw their hands in the air.

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    Deere 2520

    Default Re: X595 maintenance light woes

    Look for the switch, it may be there.
    JD 3320 LX5, KK rake and off brand box and rear blade. Millonzi grapple. Deere X495 for grass cutting.
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    Veteran Member Dutch445's Avatar
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    JD X585

    Default Re: X595 maintenance light woes

    Thought I put up a reply but i don't see it.

    You should be able to find the op manuals at
    deere.com , better to go into the service/support
    for AG side, then look for the manuals links, it should
    end up bringing you to the same search page to look
    for the manuals. I found all the X595 books there,
    above and below 30000 ser.

    Do you know of the service history of this tractor?
    did you buy from a dealer or privately?

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    Bronze Member Acehardly's Avatar
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    Default Re: X595 maintenance light woes

    I have the manual. It says the same thing about it NOT having a maintenance light. I bought it from an individual, he told me that they had it serviced @ 100 hours and that the dealer said it would reset itself.

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    Default Re: X595 maintenance light woes

    my x595 has a reset button. it is under the dashboard on the left side, facing out. My dealer serviceman told me to turn the ignition on, then press the button 3 times. The check engine light should go out
    jim

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    Bronze Member Acehardly's Avatar
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    Default Re: X595 maintenance light woes

    You probably have a serial number under 30000. Mine is 30083 and is not supposed to have a maintenance light, but does. No reset button. I wish it did.

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    Default Re: X595 maintenance light woes

    Page 50 of operators manual tells how to reset service indicator light.Basically remove left hand screen, turn ignition ON,find yellow button in front of radiator hold down until service indicator light blinks twice.

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    Bronze Member Acehardly's Avatar
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    Default Re: X595 maintenance light woes

    Mine does not have a reset button. It is Serial # 30083 which 83 over the line of when they switched over to auto reset.

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    2003 John Deere x595

    Default Re: X595 maintenance light woes

    Any update on this?


    Andreas

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    Default Re: X595 maintenance light woes

    Quote Originally Posted by Acehardly View Post
    Dealer says I just have to wait for it to reset itself. They raised their eyebrow when I told them I have about 14 hours on it now with the light still on. No one seems to know why my tractor is the way that it is...
    The maintenance reset button is located close to the steering column underneith the dash panel. To access it, remove the left side screen panel. It is a yellow pushbutton just in front of the radiator. Push it with the keyswitch on and hold it in a few seconds. Tractor does not have to be running. Maintenance light will flash and then go away.

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