Case IH Tractor Error / Fault Codes (List of DTCs)

Understanding and diagnosing error or fault codes in Case IH tractors is crucial for ensuring optimal performance and minimizing downtime. Case IH tractors are equipped with sophisticated electronic systems that monitor various components and systems. When an issue arises, the onboard diagnostics generate error or fault codes to help identify the problem.

Case IH Tractor Error / Fault Codes (List of DTCs)

In this guide, we’ll delve into the comprehensive list of Case IH tractor error codes, providing insights into their meanings and possible causes. Whether you’re troubleshooting engine-related issues, hydraulic malfunctions, or electrical problems, having a solid understanding of the error codes is essential for efficient and effective repairs. We’ll cover everything from common diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) to more specific issues unique to Case IH tractors. By the end of this guide, you’ll be well-equipped to interpret error codes, pinpoint the root cause of problems, and implement the necessary repairs. Let’s dive into the world of Case IH tractor diagnostics and empower you with the knowledge needed to keep these powerful machines running smoothly in the field.

What is Case IH DTC Fault Codes?

Case IH DTC Fault Codes are alphanumeric codes generated by the tractor’s onboard diagnostic system. These Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTC) provide information about specific issues or malfunctions within various systems of the tractor. When a problem is detected, the system assigns a unique code, which can then be read using diagnostic tools to identify and troubleshoot the underlying problem. Tractor DTC Fault Codes cover a wide range of systems, including the engine, transmission, hydraulics, and more. Each code corresponds to a specific fault or condition, helping technicians and operators diagnose issues efficiently. When a fault occurs, the corresponding DTC is stored in the tractor’s memory, enabling users to access valuable diagnostic information.

Case IH PUMA 185 CVX DTC Error Code 12144

It’s important to note that interpreting DTC Fault Codes requires reference to the specific Case IH tractor model’s service manual or documentation, as codes can vary between models and series. Trained technicians often use specialized diagnostic tools to read and interpret these codes, allowing for accurate identification of issues and timely resolution. In summary, Case IH Tractor Fault Codes are a diagnostic tool that aids in identifying and addressing potential problems within the tractor’s systems, contributing to efficient maintenance and minimizing downtime.

List of Case IH Tractor DTC Fault Codes

Here’s the complete table with all the error codes and their descriptions:

Fault Codes from 1000 to 2000

Error Code Error / Fault Code Description
1002 Radar disabled
1003 Speed Sensor Error
1004 Speed sensor signal too high
1005 Speed sensor signal too high
1006 Slip control potentiometer signal too low
1007 Slip control potentiometer signal too high
1008 Lift/Run Switch Malfunction
1009 Both external switches tripped at the same time
1010 Height limit potentiometer too low
1011 Height limit potentiometer signal too high
1012 Fall rate potentiometer signal too low
1013 Fall rate potentiometer signal too high
1014 R/H load cell signal too weak
1015 R/H load cell signal too high
1016 L/H load cell signal too weak
1017 L/H load cell signal too high
1018 Both load cells disconnected
1019 Load cell voltage too low
1020 Load cell voltage too high
1021 Position/Thrust Control Potentiometer Too Low
1022 Position/Thrust Control Potentiometer Too High
1023 Control panel disabled
1024 Perform Hydraulic Lift Auto Calibration
1025 Mouse lift lever potentiometer signal too low
1026 Mouse lift lever potentiometer signal too high
1027 Maximum Lift arm position potentiometer too low
1028 Maximum Lift arm position potentiometer too high
1029 Hydraulic Control Valve Disabled
1030 Ground signal open circuit (not used)
1031 Chassis wiring harness disconnected
1032 Traction load potentiometer shorted to +12V
1033 Traction Load Potentiometer Open Circuit
1049 Wheel speed sensor circuit open
1053 5V link, shorted to +12V
1054 Reference voltage 5 V Short to ground.
1057 Module failure (not in use)
1059 5 volt reference open circuit (not used)
1063 Lower Solenoid Circuit Open
1064 Lift Solenoid Circuit Open
1065 Lower Solenoid Shorted
1066 Short circuit of the lift solenoid
1067 EDC hydraulic valve flow too low
1068 Height limit Calibration error

Fault Codes from 2000 to 3000

Error Code Error / Fault Code Description
2001 ‘N’ – Shuttle too fast error
2002 Flash N error
2003 ‘CP’ – Clutch Pedal Required
2004 ‘P’ – Handbrake Error
2005 Creeper selection error
2011 Clutch Pedal Potentiometer Signal Too Low
2012 Clutch Pedal Potentiometer Signal Too High
2013 Up and down buttons at the same time
2014 Switch 4/5 error (not used)
2015 HI/LO shift lever switches both closed
2016 Creeper Solenoid Short Circuit
2021 Chassis Harness Error
2024 Synchro clutch not calibrated
2026 Engine RPM Too High
2027 Engine speed too low
2035 Reset Solenoid Circuit Malfunction
2036 Reset solenoid open circuit
2037 Clutch Switch Circuit Open
2038 Short circuit of the solenoid valve 4 clutch
2039 Clutch solenoid valve 4 open circuit
2040 Short circuit of the clutch solenoid 3
2041 Clutch solenoid valve 3 open circuit
2042 Short circuit of the clutch solenoid 2
2043 Clutch solenoid valve 2 open circuit
2044 Short circuit of the clutch solenoid 1
2045 Clutch solenoid valve 1 open circuit
2046 Fuse 12 open circuit (not used)
2047 Clutch pedal switch set too high
2048 Clutch pedal switch set too low
2049 Wheel speed sensor shorted or open
2051 Oil temperature sensor open circuit
2052 Oil temperature sensor short circuit
2053 5 V potentiometer supply voltage too high
2054 Potentiometer supply voltage too low 5 V
2055 No signal from wheel speed sensor
2056 Low range switch open
2057 High range switch open
2058 Seat switch shorted for 25 hours
2059 Lever Switch Disagree
2060 Synchro Fwd no longer in use
2061 F/R synchronizer potentiometer signal too high
2062 F/R synchronizer potentiometer signal too low
2063 Synchro not moving forward
2064 Synchro won’t shift into reverse
2065 Forward Solenoid Circuit Open
2066 Reverse solenoid circuit open
2067 Forward Solenoid Circuit Malfunction
2068 Reverse Solenoid Circuit Malfunction
2069 Synchro reverse no longer engages
2070 Voltage when lever too far forward
2071 Voltage too low with lever forward
2072 Voltage Too High When Reverse Lever Engaged
2073 Reverse lever voltage too low
2075 Flywheel speed sensor frequency too high
2076 Flywheel Speed Sensor Circuit Open
2077 Flywheel speed sensor short circuit
2080 Synchro 4 no longer in use
2081 4/5 Synchronizer potentiometer signal too high
2082 4/5 Synchronizer potentiometer signal too low
2083 Synchro 4 power on error
2084 Synchro 5 power on error
2085 Synchro 4 Open circuit solenoid
2086 Synchro 5 Open circuit solenoid
2087 Synchro 4 solenoid short to 12V
2088 Synchro 5 solenoid short to 12V
2089 Synchro 5 no longer used
2090 Output speed too high in slider
2091 C3 clutch not calibrated
2092 C4 clutch not calibrated
2093 High Clutch not calibrated
2094 Low Clutch not calibrated
2095 C1 clutch not calibrated
2096 C2 clutch not calibrated
2097 Clutch 5 not calibrated
2098 Solenoid C5 shorted to 12V
2099 C5 open circuit
2100 Dump solenoid C5 short circuit to 12V
2101 Open circuit reset solenoid C5
2124 Flywheel torque sensor not calibrated
2199 Creeper option not included
2303 Damper calibration – low error
2304 Damper calibration – high error
2331 Clutch slipping fault (CP displayed)
2342 Clutch A solenoid – open circuit or short circuit to ground
2343 Clutch B solenoid – open circuit or short circuit to ground
2352 Clutch A solenoid – voltage too high
2353 Clutch B solenoid – voltage too high
2362 Clutch A not calibrated
2363 Clutch B not calibrated
2380 Parklock – unable to reach desired position
2381 Parklock – bus off
2382 Parklock – bus integrity error
2501 Oil pressure sensor – open circuit or short circuit to ground
2502 Oil pressure sensor – short circuit to +5V
2503 Clutch A solenoid – in use, an open circuit or short circuit to ground
2504 Clutch B solenoid – in use, an open circuit or short circuit to ground
2505 Clutch A pressure not plausible
2506 Clutch B pressure not plausible
2507 F1/F3 synchro potentiometer – signal too high
2508 F1/F3 synchro potentiometer – signal too low
2509 Synchro not moving towards F1
2510 Synchro not moving towards F3
2511 F1 solenoid – open circuit or short circuit to ground
2512 F3 solenoid – open circuit or short circuit to ground
2513 F1 solenoid – circuit fault
2514 F3 solenoid – circuit fault
2517 F2/R1 synchro potentiometer – signal too high
2518 F2/R1 synchro potentiometer – signal too low
2519 Synchro not moving towards F2
2520 Synchro not moving towards R1
2521 F2 solenoid – open circuit or short circuit to ground
2522 R1 solenoid – open circuit or short circuit to ground
2523 F2 solenoid – circuit fault
2524 R1 solenoid – circuit fault
2527 F4/R2 synchro potentiometer – signal too high
2528 F4/R2 synchro potentiometer – signal too low
2529 Synchro not moving towards F4
2530 Synchro not moving towards R2
2531 F4 solenoid – open circuit or short circuit to ground
2532 R2 solenoid – open circuit or short circuit to ground
2533 F4 solenoid – circuit fault
2534 R2 solenoid – circuit fault
2536 Hydro in sensor – open circuit or short circuit to ground
2537 Hydro in sensor – short to 12V
2538 Ring speed sensor – open circuit or short circuit to ground
2539 Ring speed sensor – short to 12V
2540 A clutch pressure transducer – open circuit or short circuit to ground
2541 B clutch pressure transducer – open circuit or short circuit to ground
2542 A clutch pressure transducer – short circuit to 5V
2543 B clutch pressure transducer – short circuit to 5V
2544 Ring speed sensor critical air gap
2545 ORPM sensor critical air gap
2546 Hydro in sensor – no signal
2547 Ring speed sensor – no signal
2548 Brake pressure transducer – open circuit or short circuit to ground
2549 Brake pressure transducer – short to 12V
2552 Transmission oil pressure too high
2553 Transmission oil pressure too low
2557 Hydro 1 solenoid – open circuit or short circuit to ground
2558 Hydro 1 solenoid – short circuit to 12V
2559 ORPM and Ring sensor fault

Case IH Puma 130 CVX Tractor Error Code 2557

Fault Codes from 3000 to 4000

Error Code Error / Fault Code Description
3001 Accelerator Pedal Signal INVALID
3002 Accelerator Pedal Signal – SOURCE HIGH
3003 Accelerator Pedal Signal – SOURCE LOW
3004 Accelerator Pedal Signal – NO SIGNAL
3005 Accelerator Pedal Signal – ALL OTHER FAULTS
3006 Coolant Temperature Alarm – ABOVE NORMAL
3007 Coolant Temperature Signal – SOURCE HIGH
3008 Coolant Temperature Signal – SOURCE LOW
3009 Coolant Temperature Signal – NO SIGNAL
3010 Air temperature signal (boost) SOURCE HIGH
3011 Air temperature signal (boost) SOURCE LOW
3012 Air temperature signal (boost) – NO SIGNAL
3014 Fuel Temperature Alarm ABOVE NORMAL
3015 Fuel Temperature Alarm – SOURCE HIGH
3016 Fuel Temperature Signal – SOURCE LOW
3017 Fuel Temperature Signal – NO SIGNAL
3018 Boost pressure signal ABOVE NORMAL
3019 Boost Pressure Signal – SOURCE HIGH
3020 Boost Pressure Signal – SOURCE LOW
3021 Boost pressure signal – NO SIGNAL
3022 Boost pressure signal – ALL OTHER FAULTS
3023 Barometric pressure alarm ABOVE NORMAL
3024 Barometric pressure signal SOURCE HIGH
3025 Barometric pressure signal SOURCE LOW
3026 Barometric pressure alarm – NO SIGNAL
3027 Oil pressure signal ABOVE NORMAL
3028 Oil pressure signal BELOW NORMAL
3029 Oil pressure signal SOURCE HIGH
3030 Oil Pressure Signal – SOURCE LOW
3031 Oil pressure signal – NO SIGNAL
3032 Oil pressure signal – ALL OTHER FAULTS
3033 Oil temperature alarm ABOVE NORMAL
3034 Oil Temperature Alarm – SOURCE HIGH
3035 Oil Temperature Alarm – SOURCE LOW
3036 Oil temperature signal NO SIGNAL
3037 Power Stage Fuel Filter Heater – SOURCE HIGH
3038 Power Stage Fuel Filter Heater – SOURCE LOW
3039 Power Stage Fuel Filter Heater – NO SIGNAL
3040 HS Power Stage Cold Start Heater Relay – SOURCE HIGH
3041 HS Power Stage Cold Start Heater Relay – SOURCE LOW
3042 HS Power Stage Cold Start Heater Relay – NO SIGNAL
3043 Adapt.cylinder balancing Cylinder 1 – SOURCE HIGH
3044 Adapt.cylinder balancing Cylinder 5 – SOURCE HIGH
3045 Adapt.cylinder balancing Cylinder 3 – SOURCE HIGH
3046 Adapt.cylinder balancing Cylinder 6 – SOURCE HIGH
3047 Adapt.cylinder balancing Cylinder 2 – SOURCE HIGH
3048 Adapt.cylinder balancing Cylinder 4 – SOURCE HIGH
3049 Battery voltage signal ABOVE NORMAL
3050 Battery Voltage Signal – BELOW NORMAL
3051 Battery Voltage Signal – SOURCE HIGH
3052 Battery Voltage Signal – SOURCE LOW
3053 LS Power Stage Cold Start Lamp – SOURCE HIGH
3054 LS Power Stage Cold Start Lamp – SOURCE LOW
3055 LS Power Stage Cold Start Lamp – NO SIGNAL
3056 Cold Start Heater Monitoring – BELOW NORMAL
3057 Cold Start Heater Monitoring – FALSE
3058 Cold Start Heater Monitoring – SOURCE LOW
3059 Cold Start Heater Monitoring – NO SIGNAL
3060 injector solenoid valve, cylinder 1 – NOT AVAILABLE
3061 injector solenoid valve, cylinder 1 – HIGH SOURCE
3062 injector solenoid valve, cylinder 1 – SOURCE LOW
3063 injector solenoid valve, cylinder 1 – NO SIGNAL
3064 injector solenoid valve, cylinder 5 – NOT ALLOWED
3065 injector solenoid valve, cylinder 5 – HIGH SOURCE
3066 injector solenoid valve, cylinder 5 – SOURCE LOW
3067 injector solenoid valve, cylinder 5 – NO SIGNAL
3068 injector solenoid valve, cylinder 3 – NOT ALLOWED
3069 injector solenoid valve, cylinder 3 – HIGH SOURCE
3070 injector solenoid valve, cylinder 3 – SOURCE LOW
3071 injector solenoid valve, cylinder 3 – NO SIGNAL
3072 injector solenoid valve, cylinder 6 – NOT AVAILABLE
3073 injector solenoid valve, cylinder 6 – HIGH SOURCE
3074 injector solenoid valve, cylinder 6 – SOURCE LOW
3075 injector solenoid valve, cylinder 6 – NO SIGNAL
3076 injector solenoid valve, cylinder 2 – NOT ACCEPTABLE
3077 injector solenoid valve, cylinder 2 – HIGH SOURCE
3078 injector solenoid valve, cylinder 2 – SOURCE LOW
3079 injector solenoid valve, cylinder 2 – NO SIGNAL
3080 injector solenoid valve, cylinder 4 – NOT ALLOWED
3081 injector solenoid valve, cylinder 4 – HIGH SOURCE
3082 injector solenoid valve, cylinder 4 – SOURCE LOW
3083 injector solenoid valve, cylinder 4 – NO SIGNAL
3084 injector booster C1 voltage – SOURCE HIGH
3085 Injector Amplifier C1 Voltage – SOURCE LOW
3086 injector booster C2 voltage – SOURCE HIGH
3087 injector booster C2 voltage – SOURCE LOW
3088 Speed Up Signal – NOT AVAILABLE
3089 Speed up signal – SOURCE LOW
3090 Segment Speed Signal – NOT AVAILABLE
3091 Segment Speed Signal – SOURCE LOW
3092 Engine speed sensor IMPOSSIBLE
3093 Engine speed sensor SOURCE HIGH
3094 Engine Speed Sensor – SOURCE LOW
3095 Engine Speed Sensor – NO SIGNAL
3096 Equipment CAN (A) – NO SIGNAL
3097 Equipment CAN (B) – NO SIGNAL
3098 CAN TSC1_TE Control – SOURCE LOW
3099 Control CAN TSC1_TE – NO SIGNAL – CAN TE & CAN AE error
3100 Control CAN TSC1_AE – SOURCE LOW
3101 CAN TSC1_AE Control – NO SIGNAL
3102 Fuel pressure control CP3 – ALL OTHER FAULTS
3103 Fuel pressure signal – ABOVE NORMAL
3104 Fuel pressure signal – SOURCE HIGH
3105 Fuel pressure signal – SOURCE LOW
3106 Fuel pressure signal – NO SIGNAL
3107 Fuel Pressure CC HS Power stage 1. Control – SOURCE HIGH
3108 Fuel Pressure CC HS Power stage 1. Control – SOURCE LOW
3109 Fuel Pressure CC HS Power stage 1. Control – NO SIGNAL
3110 Rail Pressure Relief Valve Control – ABOVE NORMAL
3111 Rail Pressure Relief Valve Control – BELOW
3112 Rail Pressure Min./Max. error – HIGH SOURCE
3113 Main Relay Defect – ABOVE NORMAL
3114 Main Relay Defect – BELOW NORMAL
3115 Main Relay Defect – INCREDIBLE
3116 Main relay defect – SOURCE HIGH
3117 ECU Self-Test Shutdown Ways – IMPOSSIBLE
3118 Sensor Power Supply – NOT AVAILABLE
3119 Sensor power supply – NO SIGNAL
3120 Sensor Power Supply – ALL OTHER FAULTS
3121 PTO torque sensor open circuit
3122 Short circuit of the PTO engine torque sensor
3123 PTO Torque not CAL error
3124 hand throttle potentiometer, high error 2
3125 Manual throttle potentiometer 2 Low error
3126 hand throttle potentiometer high error 1
3127 Manual Throttle Potentiometer 1 Low error
3128 Manual Throttle Potentiometer Differential error
3129 Manual Throttle Idle Switch High Error
3130 Hand Throttle Low Idle Switch Error
3131 Ways to disable self-test ECU (startup)
3132 CRPM Switch short

Case IH Luxxum 100 Tractor Error Code 3059

Fault Codes from 4000 to 5000

Error Code Error / Fault Code Description
4001 Aux-stick signal (AUX1) out of range low
4002 Auxiliary joystick signal (AUX1) out of range
4003 Signal from remote rate potentiometer 1 (AUX 1)
4005 Aux-stick signal (AUX2) out of range low
4006 Auxiliary joystick signal (AUX2) out of high range
4007 Signal from remote rate potentiometer 2 (AUX 2)
4008 Signal from Remote Valve 2 Timer Pot 1 Out of Range
4009 Aux-stick signal (AUX3) out of range low
4010 Auxiliary joystick signal (AUX3) out of range
4011 Signal from remote rate potentiometer 3 (AUX 3) is out of range
4015 Signal from remote rate potentiometer 4 (AUX 4) is out of range
4016 Remote valve signal Timer 1 potentiometer out of range.
4040 Too low supply voltage
4041 Supply voltage too high
4042 Armrest module (ARU) CAN ‘Bus off’
4043 Controller failure (case check)
4044 Controller failure (flash)
4045 Controller failure (data memory)
4100 Remote No.1 Received no control message
4101 Remote No.1 Control Message invalid
4102 Remote No.1 EEPROM Error
4103 Remote No.1 switched to failover mode
4104 Remote Control No.1 Powered
4105 Remote Control No. 1 Surge Protection
4106 Remote No.1 Spool down
4107 Remote No.1 Spool up
4108 Remote No.1 Float position not reached
4109 Remote No.1 Manual control
4110 Remote No.1 Driver defective
4111 No.1 remote potentiometer defective.
4112 Remote No.1 Failed to set neutral
4113 Remote control spool #1 not in neutral when key is turned on
4114 Remote No.2 No control message received
4115 Remote No.2 Control Message unreliable
4116 Remote No.2 EEPROM Error
4117 Remote No.2 switched to failover mode
4118 Remote No.2 Energized
4119 Remote Control No.2 Surge Protection
4120 Remote No.2 Spool movement too low
4121 Remote No.2 Spool up
4122 Remote No.2 Float position not reached
4123 Remote No.2 Manual control
4124 Remote No.2 Driver defective
4125 Remote No.2 potentiometer defective
4126 Console #2 Failed to set neutral
4127 Remote control spool #2 not in neutral when key is turned on
4128 Remote No.3 No control message received
4129 Remote control message No.3 implausible
4130 Remote No.3 EEPROM Error
4131 Remote No.3 Switched to Failsafe
4132 Remote Control No.3 Powered
4133 Remote Control No. 3 Surge Protection
4134 Remote No.3 Spool to Low
4135 Remote No.3 Spool up
4136 Remote No.3 Float position not reached
4137 Remote No.3 Manual control
4138 Remote No.3 Driver defective
4139 Remote potentiometer No.3 defective.
4140 Remote No.3 Failed to set neutral
4141 Remote control spool No.3 not in neutral when key is turned on
4142 Remote No.4 No control message received
4143 Remote No.4 Control message implausible
4144 Remote No.4 EEPROM Error
4145 Remote No.4 Switched to Failsafe
4146 Remote Control No.4 Powered
4147 Remote Control No.4 Surge Protection
4148 Remote No.4 Spool down
4149 Remote No.4 Spool up
4150 Remote No.4 Float position not reached
4151 Remote No.4 Manual control
4152 Remote No.4 Driver defective
4153 Remote potentiometer #4 is defective.
4154 Remote No. 4 Failed to set neutral
4155 Remote No.4 Coil not in neutral when key is turned on
4156 Remote No.5 Spare
4157 Remote No.5 Spare
4158 Remote No.5 Spare
4159 Remote No.5 Spare
4160 Remote No.5 Spare
4161 Remote No.5 Spare
4162 Remote No.5 Spare
4163 Remote No.5 Spare
4164 Remote No.5 Spare
4165 Remote No.5 Spare
4166 Remote No.5 Spare
4167 Remote No.5 Spare
4168 Remote No.5 Spare
4170 EHR Control No.1 not calibrated
4171 EHR Control No.1 open circuit
4172 EHR Control No.1 Short circuit
4173 EHR Control No.2 not calibrated
4174 EHR Control No.2 open circuit
4175 EHR Control No.2 Short circuit
4176 Timer No.1 / No.2 not connected
4177 EHR Control No.3 not calibrated
4178 EHR Control No.3 open circuit
4179 EHR Control No.3 Short circuit
4180 EHR Control #4 not calibrated
4181 EHR Control No.4 open circuit
4182 EHR Control No.4 Short circuit
4183 Timer No.3 / No.4 not connected
4184 EHR Joystick potentiometer X open circuit.
4185 Short circuit of the X potentiometer of the EHR joystick.
4186 EHR Joystick Y potentiometer open.
4187 Short circuit of the Y potentiometer of the EHR joystick.
4190 No messages from (EHR) #1.
4191 No messages from (EHR) #2.
4192 No messages from (EHR) #3.
4193 No messages from (EHR) #4.
4194 Engine Mode Switch #1 Defective
4195 Engine Mode Switch #2 Defective
4196 Engine Mode Switch #3 Defective
4197 Engine Mode Switch Malfunction #4

Fault Codes from 5000 to 16000

Case IH Puma 145 Tractor DTC Fault Code 5003

Error Code Error / Fault Code Description
5001 Rear PTO solenoid jammed
5002 Rear PTO solenoid stuck on
5003 Rear PTO brake circuit open
5004 Rear PTO brake overheating (not used)
5005 Brake switch, open circuit
5007 Rear PTO solenoid jammed
5008 Overcurrent in the rear PTO solenoid circuit
5024 Rear PTO not calibrated
5027 Rear PTO speed sensor circuit open (not implemented)
5033 Rear PTO in cab N/C switch open circuit
5034 Rear wing PTO switch open/short to ground.
5035 Rear Wing PTO Switch Input Short to +12V
5036 PTO won’t start
5037 Rear PTO switch in cab stuck closed
5038 PTO switches in cockpit and fender actuate in 2 seconds
5039 Incorrect voltage on wing power take-off switch
5040 Rear wing PTO switches reversed (not used)
5041 PTO disabled due to false load (not in use)
5042 PTO control switch short circuit
5099 Automatic PTO not engaged
6020 FWD New Switch Error
6021 FWD solenoid stuck on
6022 FWD solenoid stuck
6023 FWD Open circuit solenoid
7014 Differential lock switch error
7015 Differential lock solenoid stuck
7016 Differential Lock Solenoid Stuck On
7017 Open circuit differential lock solenoid
7018 Differential lock driver overheating
7024 Steering angle sensor not calibrated
7031 Steering Angle Sensor Out of Max Range
7032 Steering angle sensor out of minimum range
8007 Front PTO Solenoid Stuck On
8008 Front PTO Solenoid Circuit Open
8024 Front PTO not calibrated
8027 Front PTO speed sensor circuit open
8033 Front PTO switch in cab, break contact, open circuit
8036 Front PTO won’t start
8037 Cab front PTO NO contact stuck closed
8099 Front PTO option not included
9001 Front HPL (High Pressure Lift) Potentiometer open circuit.
9002 Front HPL (High Pressure Lift) Short circuit of the potentiometer.
10001 Top Lock Solenoid Error
10002 Lift Solenoid Error
10003 Lower Solenoid Error
10004 Front axle potentiometer above threshold
10005 Front axle potentiometer below threshold
10007 Boost error, suspension cannot return to set value
10008 Downshift error, suspension cannot return to set value
10009 Lower Block Lock Solenoid Error
10024 Front suspension not calibrated
10099 Front suspension mode not included
14001 Rear PTO Speed Short to VCC or Open Circuit
14002 Rear PTO speed short to ground
14011 Engine speed sensor short to VCC or open circuit
14012 Engine speed sensor short to ground
14015 ADIC 5 volt reference too low – below 4 volts
14016 ADIC reference voltage too high 5 volts – above 6 volts
14021 Radar Speed Over Ground short to VCC or open circuit
14022 Radar Short Ground Speed
14031 Front PTO Speed Short to VCC or Open Circuit
14032 Front PTO speed short to ground
14041 Engine coolant temperature short to VCC or open circuit
14042 Engine coolant temperature short to ground
14051 Fuel level sensor short to VCC or open circuit
14052 Fuel Level Sensor Short to Ground
14061 Air brake pressure shorted to VCC or option set but sensor not connected
14071 Front hitch position shorted to 12 or 5 volts
14072 Front hitch position short to ground or open circuit
14081 Engine oil pressure short circuit to 12 or 5 volts
14082 Engine Oil Pressure Short to Ground or Open Circuit
14091 Output baud rate short to VCC or open circuit
14092 Transmission output speed short to ground
14100 Air brake pressure not set
14101 Fuel contamination sensor Not connected
14900 Missing (DA/DB/DE/DF) transmission module.
14901 Engine controller missing (EDC7)
14902 The (DD/DH) controller accessory (optional) module is missing.
14903 SCM controller (only GA 12×12) Missing.
14904 The armrest module (ARU) is missing. (only Steyr 16×16)
14905 KEYBOARD missing
14906 Quick Steering Controller (KA) is missing.
14907 DOG (Display Of Gears) is missing.
15001 Exceeding the safe operating wheel speed (10 km/h) with the system on or active. The error code is not active, instead the fast turn lamp flashes.
15002 Steering wheel proximity sensor circuit open.
15003 Steering wheel proximity sensor short circuit.
15006 Split LVDT valve, open circuit.
15007 Short circuit of a split valve LVDT.
15008 Replace valve Solenoid open circuit.
15009 Replace Valve Solenoid Short Circuit Through.
15010 Emergency Switch Failure.
15011 The maximum switch-on time (5 minutes) has expired.
15012 Split valve spool stuck open.
15013 Replace valve or split valve spool stuck closed.
15014 A split valve spool stuck in the transition zone cannot determine which steering mode the tractor is exactly in.
15015 Cold oil, temperature below 5 degrees C. Instead, the fast steering light flashes, the error code is not active.
15024 System not calibrated.

Understanding Case IH Tractor Error / Fault Codes

Case IH tractors are equipped with sophisticated diagnostic systems that monitor various components and systems for potential issues. When a fault or error is detected, the system generates a specific alphanumeric code, known as a Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC).

Understanding Case IH Tractor Error / Fault Codes

These fault codes serve as valuable indicators for diagnosing and troubleshooting problems within the Case IH tractor.

How to Interpret Case IH Tractor Error Codes:

  • Code Structure: Case IH DTCs are alphanumeric codes typically consisting of a combination of letters and numbers. Each code represents a specific fault or abnormal condition within a particular system.
  • Accessing Codes: Diagnostic codes can be accessed using specialized diagnostic tools connected to the tractor’s onboard diagnostic port. The tractor’s display screen or instrument panel may also provide access to certain codes.
  • Reference Material: Interpretation of DTCs requires reference to the tractor’s service manual or documentation. Each model and series may have unique codes, so it’s crucial to consult the correct reference material.
  • Diagnostic Tools: Trained technicians often use advanced diagnostic tools to retrieve and interpret DTCs accurately. These tools enable in-depth analysis and troubleshooting of the specific components or systems indicated by the codes.

Common Case IH Tractor Error Codes:

While the specific codes can vary between models, some common types of DTCs include those related to:

  • Engine malfunctions
  • Transmission issues
  • Hydraulic system faults
  • Electrical system problems
  • Sensor or sensor circuit errors

Benefits of Understanding DTCs:

  • Timely Diagnosis: Swift identification of issues allows for prompt troubleshooting and repairs. Minimizes downtime by addressing problems before they escalate.
  • Precision in Repairs: DTCs guide technicians to the specific area or component requiring attention. Reduces guesswork and ensures accurate repairs.
  • Preventive Maintenance: Regularly checking and clearing DTCs as part of maintenance helps prevent potential problems. Enhances overall tractor performance and longevity.

In conclusion, understanding Case IH Tractor Error/Fault Codes is essential for efficient maintenance and troubleshooting. It empowers operators and technicians with the information needed to address issues promptly, keeping the tractor in optimal working condition.

Comments: 1
  1. Andrew Harbert

    Does this list of tractor error codes also apply to new Case IH models?

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