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1997 J-D 4475 skid steer won't restart

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Posted by Bob on February 04, 2004 at 09:51:36 from (24.63.7.236):

1997 J-D 4475 skid steer won't restart after its warmed up. The preheat count down will begin at "01". Also the boom controls will stop working at the the point were its up to temp. Then I let it cool for a couple of hours and its fine again till its warmed up. I've replaced the preheat starter relay already because I was advised that this was the problem, it actually seems to last alittle longer than it had been but it was just fooling me... Still broken. Any help would be greatly appretiated and thanks in advance

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