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  1. #1
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    Central Idaho Mtns
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    BX-23

    Default Toolcat dashboard/control panel lighting (or lack thereof)

    I was messing around with the lighting on my TC this evening and noticed that none of the buttons (such as Work mode and cruise control) are backlit. I basically had to turn on the dome light to see the buttons to the right of the RPM/hour meter. The fuel and temp gauges are backlit but the control wasn't. Is this normal?

  2. #2
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    New England
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    02 NH Tn 75D-06 Kubota 105X-14 Toolcat 5600G-13 Kubota Excavator U35

    Default Re: Toolcat dashboard/control panel lighting (or lack thereof)

    I have been wondering the same with my D? Will call service tomorrow and get back to you

  3. #3
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    02 NH Tn 75D-06 Kubota 105X-14 Toolcat 5600G-13 Kubota Excavator U35

    Default Re: Toolcat dashboard/control panel lighting (or lack thereof)

    Spoke with service ,,no lighting for the buttons?

  4. #4
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    Apr 2006
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    North WI
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    2006 Toolcat turbo

    Default Re: Toolcat dashboard/control panel lighting (or lack thereof)

    yep, last night had to turn on the dome lights too. not sure what happens if you mistakenly hit the park button instead of the mph/rpm/hours button in the dark.

    d sure does ride better over my woods roads though.

  5. #5
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    N IL
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    Toolcat 5600A

    Default Re: Toolcat dashboard/control panel lighting (or lack thereof)

    Quote Originally Posted by theoshin
    not sure what happens if you mistakenly hit the park button instead of the mph/rpm/hours button in the dark.
    The same thing that happens when you accidently press the Work Mode button (right next to the mph/rpm/hours button) with the cruise on.

    dsb

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