New Holland Rear Electro–Hydraulic Remotes Fault Codes

New Holland electro–hydraulic remotes error codes / New Holland electro–hydraulic remotes diagnostic trouble codes

4004 – ACM (GARU) offline
Possible failure modes:
1. Faulty connector
2. Faulty EHR valve section

4005 – Levers are not calibrated at power up
NOTE: When the cause of the error code is corrected, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Possible failure modes:
1. EHR lever not calibrated
2. Faulty controller
Solution:
1. Check if the EHR levers were calibrated.
If the EHR lever was not calibrated after a change of a controller or a EHR control unit, perform the EHR lever calibration procedure.
If the EHR lever was calibrated, repeat the EHR lever calibration procedure.
A. Fault code does not re-display. Return unit to field operation.
B. Fault code re-displays. Submit a concern to ASIST.

4100 – Rear remote no.1 – no control message received
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Cause:
Possible failure modes:
1. CAN bus communication problem
2. Faulty connector
3. Faulty harness
4. Faulty EHR valve

4101 – Rear remote no.1 – control message not plausible
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Cause:
Possible failure modes:
1. Faulty connector
2. CAN bus interference
3. Faulty harness
4. Faulty EHR valve

4102 – Rear remote no.1 – EEPROM error
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Cause: See above
Possible failure modes:
1. EEPROM error
2. Faulty EHR valve section
Solution:
1. Check for other active EHR error code(s).
Make a note of the error code(s), clear the error code(s) and test the system for normal operation.
A. Fault code does not re-display. Return unit to field operation and monitor.
B. Fault codes re-displays. Continue to step 2.
2. Download the correct level of software and configure the EHR valve.
A. System operates normally: no fault codes display. Return unit to field operation.
B. Fault codes re-displays. Install and configure a new EHR valve section.

4103 – Rear remote no. 1 – not commanded neutral on power-up
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Cause:
Possible failure modes:
1. Other EHR error code(s) detected.
2. Faulty EHR valve
Solution:
1. Check for other active EHR error code(s).
Make a note of the error code(s), clear the error code(s) and test the system for normal operation.
A. Fault code does not re-display. Return unit to field operation and monitor.
B. Fault codes re-displays. Continue to step 2.
2. Download the correct level of software and configure the EHR valve.
A. System operates normally: no fault codes display. Return unit to field operation.
B. Fault codes re-displays. Install and configure a new EHR valve section.

4104 – Rear remote no.1 – under voltage
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Cause: See above.
Possible failure modes:
1. Faulty connector
2. Faulty harness
3. Faulty EHR valve

4105 – Rear remote no.1 – over voltage
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Cause: See above.
Possible failure modes:
1. External power supply connected
2. Faulty charging system
3. Faulty EHR valve

4106 – Rear remote no.1 – spool movement too low
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Cause: See above.
Possible failure modes:
1. Incorrect hydraulic pressure
2. Faulty EHR valve

4107 – Rear remote no.1 – spool movement too high
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Cause: See above.
Possible failure modes:
1. Incorrect hydraulic pressure
2. Faulty EHR valve

4108 – Rear remote no.1 – float position not reached
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Possible failure modes:
1. Incorrect hydraulic pressure
2. Faulty EHR valve

4109 – Rear remote no.1 – manually operated
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Cause: See above.
Possible failure modes:
1. Remote valve manually operated
2. Faulty EHR valve

4110 – Rear remote no.1 – driver faulty
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Possible failure modes:
1. EEPROM error
2. Faulty EHR valve section
Solution:
1. Check for other active EHR error code(s).
Make a note of the error code(s), clear the error code(s) and test the system for normal operation.
A. Fault code does not re-display. Return unit to field operation and monitor.
B. Fault codes re-displays. Continue to step 2.
2. Download the correct level of software and configure the EHR valve.
A. System operates normally: no fault codes display. Return unit to field operation.
B. Fault codes re-displays. Install and configure a new EHR valve section.

4111 – Rear remote no. 1 – internal position sensor faulty
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Possible failure modes:
1. Faulty spool position potentiometer
2. Faulty EHR valve section
Solution:
1. Check for other active EHR error code(s).
Make a note of the error code(s), clear the error code(s) and test the system for normal operation.
A. Fault code does not re-display. Return unit to field operation and monitor.
B. Fault codes re-displays. Continue to step 2.
2. Download the correct level of software and configure the EHR valve.
A. System operates normally: no fault codes display. Return unit to field operation.
B. Fault codes re-displays. Install and configure a new EHR valve section.

4112 – Rear remote no.1 – unable to reach neutral
NOTE: Follow the maintenance schedules in operator manual for hydraulic fluid and filter change intervals. Improper maintenance can lead to sticking valve spools.
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.

Cause: See above.
Possible failure modes:
1. A valve section was recently replaced and the tie bolts over torqued
2. Stuck spool due to contamination
3. Faulty EHR valve

4113 – Rear remote no.1 – spool not in neutral at key on
NOTE: Follow the maintenance schedules in operator manual for hydraulic fluid and filter change intervals. Improper maintenance can lead to sticking valve spools.
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.

Cause: See above.
Possible failure modes:
1. Ignition switched off during EHR valve operation
2. Stuck spool due to contamination
3. Faulty EHR valve

4114 – Rear remote no. 2 – no control message received
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Cause:
Possible failure modes:
1. CAN Bus communication problem
2. Faulty connector
3. Faulty harness
4. Faulty EHR valve

4115 – Rear remote no. 2 – control message not plausible
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Cause:
Possible failure modes:
1. Faulty connector
2. Can bus interference
3. Faulty harness
4. Faulty EHR valve

4116 – Rear remote no. 2 – EEPROM error
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Cause: See above
Possible failure modes:
1. EEPROM error
2. Faulty EHR valve section
Solution:
1. Check for other active EHR error code(s).
Make a note of the error code(s), clear the error code(s) and test the system for normal operation.
A. Fault code does not re-display. Return unit to field operation and monitor.
B. Fault codes re-displays. Continue to step 2.
2. Download the correct level of software and configure the EHR valve.
A. System operates normally: no fault codes display. Return unit to field operation.
B. Fault codes re-displays. Install and configure a new EHR valve section.

4117 – Rear remote no. 2 – not commanded neutral on power-up
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Cause:
Possible failure modes:
1. Other EHR error code(s) detected.
2. Faulty EHR valve
Solution:
1. Check for other EHR error code(s).
Make a note of the error code(s), clear the error code(s) and test the system for normal operation.
A. Fault code does not re-display. Return unit to field operation and monitor.
B. Fault codes re-displays. Continue to step 2.
2. Download the correct level of software and configure the EHR valve.
A. System operates normally: no fault codes display. Return unit to field operation.
B. Fault codes re-displays. Install and configure a new EHR valve section.

4118 – Rear remote no. 2 – under voltage
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Cause: See above.
Possible failure modes:
1. Faulty connector
2. Faulty harness
3. Faulty EHR valve

4119 – Rear remote no. 2 – over voltage
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Cause: See above.
Possible failure modes:
1. External power supply connected
2. Faulty charging system
3. Faulty EHR valve

4120 – Rear remote no. 2 – spool movement too low
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Cause: See above.
Possible failure modes:
1. Incorrect hydraulic pressure
2. Faulty EHR valve

4121 – Rear remote no. 2 – spool movement too high
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Cause: See above.
Possible failure modes:
1. Incorrect hydraulic pressure
2. Faulty EHR valve

4122 – Rear remote no. 2 – float position not reached
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Possible failure modes:
1. Incorrect hydraulic pressure
2. Faulty EHR valve

4123 – Rear remote no. 2 – manually operated
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Cause: See above.
Possible failure modes:
1. Remote valve manually operated
2. Faulty EHR valve

4124 – Rear remote no. 2 – driver faulty
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Possible failure modes:
1. EEPROM error
2. Faulty EHR valve section
Solution:
1. Check for other active EHR error code(s).
Make a note of the error code(s), clear the error code(s) and test the system for normal operation.
A. Fault code does not re-display. Return unit to field operation and monitor.
B. Fault codes re-displays. Continue to step 2.
2. Download the correct level of software and configure the EHR valve.
A. System operates normally: no fault codes display. Return unit to field operation.
B. Fault codes re-displays. Install and configure a new EHR valve section.

4125 – Rear remote no. 2 – internal position sensor faulty
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Possible failure modes:
1. Faulty spool position potentiometer
2. Faulty EHR valve section
Solution:
1. Check for other active EHR error code(s).
Make a note of the error code(s), clear the error code(s) and test the system for normal operation.
A. Fault code does not re-display. Return unit to field operation and monitor.
B. Fault codes re-displays. Continue to step 2.
2. Download the correct level of software and configure the EHR valve.
A. System operates normally: no fault codes display. Return unit to field operation.
B. Fault codes re-displays. Install and configure a new EHR valve section.

4126 – Rear remote no. 2 – unable to reach neutral
NOTE: Follow the maintenance schedules in operator manual for hydraulic fluid and filter change intervals. Improper maintenance can lead to sticking valve spools.
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.

Cause: See above.
Possible failure modes:
1. A valve section was recently replaced and the tie bolts over torqued
2. Stuck spool due to contamination
3. Faulty EHR valve

4127 – Rear remote no. 2 – spool not in neutral at key on
NOTE: Follow the maintenance schedules in operator manual for hydraulic fluid and filter change intervals. Improper maintenance can lead to sticking valve spools.
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.

Cause: See above.
Possible failure modes:
1. Ignition switched off during EHR valve operation
2. Stuck spool due to contamination
3. Faulty EHR valve

4128 – Rear remote no. 3 – no control message received
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Cause:
Possible failure modes:
1. CAN Bus communication problem
2. Faulty connector
3. Faulty harness
4. Faulty EHR valve

4129 – Rear remote no. 3 – control message not plausible
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Cause:
Possible failure modes:
1. Faulty connector
2. CAN bus interference
3. Faulty harness
4. Faulty EHR valve

4130 – Rear remote no. 3 – EEPROM error
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Cause: See above
Possible failure modes:
1. EEPROM error
2. Faulty EHR valve section
Solution:
1. Check for other active EHR error code(s).
Make a note of the error code(s), clear the error code(s) and test the system for normal operation.
A. Fault code does not re-display. Return unit to field operation and monitor.
B. Fault codes re-displays. Continue to step 2.
2. Download the correct level of software and configure the EHR valve.
A. System operates normally: no fault codes display. Return unit to field operation.
B. Fault codes re-displays. Install and configure a new EHR valve section.

4131 – Rear remote no. 3 – not commanded neutral on power-up
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Cause:
Possible failure modes:
1. Other EHR error code(s) detected.
2. Faulty EHR valve
Solution:
1. Check for other active EHR error code(s).
Make a note of the error code(s), clear the error code(s) and test the system for normal operation.
A. Fault code does not re-display. Return unit to field operation and monitor.
B. Fault codes re-displays. Continue to step 2.
2. Download the correct level of software and configure the EHR valve.
A. System operates normally: no fault codes display. Return unit to field operation.
B. Fault codes re-displays. Install and configure a new EHR valve section.

4132 – Rear remote no. 3 – under voltage
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Cause: See above.
Possible failure modes:
1. Faulty connector
2. Faulty harness
3. Faulty EHR valve

4133 – Rear remote no. 3 – over voltage
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Cause: See above.
Possible failure modes:
1. External power supply connected
2. Faulty charging system
3. Faulty EHR valve

4134 – Rear remote no. 3 – spool movement too low
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Cause: See above.
Possible failure modes:
1. Incorrect hydraulic pressure
2. Faulty EHR valve

4135 – Rear remote no. 3 – spool movement too high
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Cause: See above.
Possible failure modes:
1. Incorrect hydraulic pressure
2. Faulty EHR valve

4136 – Rear remote no. 3 – float position not reached
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Possible failure modes:
1. Incorrect hydraulic pressure
2. Faulty EHR valve

4137 – Rear remote no. 3 – manually operated
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Possible failure modes:
1. Remote valve manually operated
2. Faulty EHR valve

4138 – Rear remote no. 3 – driver faulty
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Possible failure modes:
1. EEPROM error
2. Faulty EHR valve section
Solution:
1. Check for other active EHR error code(s).
Make a note of the error code(s), clear the error code(s) and test the system for normal operation.
A. Fault code does not re-display. Return unit to field operation and monitor.
B. Fault codes re-displays. Continue to step 2.
2. Download the correct level of software and configure the EHR valve.
A. System operates normally: no fault codes display. Return unit to field operation.
B. Fault codes re-displays. Install and configure a new EHR valve section.

4139 – Rear remote no. 3 – internal position sensor faulty
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Possible failure modes:
1. Faulty spool position potentiometer
2. Faulty EHR valve section
Solution:
1. Check for other active EHR error code(s).
Make a note of the error code(s), clear the error code(s) and test the system for normal operation.
A. Fault code does not re-display. Return unit to field operation and monitor.
B. Fault codes re-displays. Continue to step 2.
2. Download the correct level of software and configure the EHR valve.
A. System operates normally: no fault codes display. Return unit to field operation.
B. Fault codes re-displays. Install and configure a new EHR valve section.

4140 – Rear remote no. 3 – unable to reach neutral
NOTE: Follow the maintenance schedules in operator manual for hydraulic fluid and filter change intervals. Improper maintenance can lead to sticking valve spools.
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.

Cause: See above.
Possible failure modes:
1. A valve section was recently replaced and the tie bolts over torqued
2. Stuck spool due to contamination
3. Faulty EHR valve

4141 – Rear remote no. 3 – spool not in neutral at key on
NOTE: Follow the maintenance schedules in operator manual for hydraulic fluid and filter change intervals. Improper maintenance can lead to sticking valve spools.
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.

Cause: See above.
Possible failure modes:
1. Ignition switched off during EHR valve operation
2. Stuck spool due to contamination
3. Faulty EHR valve

4142 – Rear remote no. 4 – no control message received
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Cause:
Possible failure modes:
1. CAN Bus communication problem
2. Faulty connector
3. Faulty harness
4. Faulty EHR valve

4143 – Rear remote no. 4 – control message not plausible
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Cause:
Possible failure modes:
1. Faulty connector
2. Can bus interference
3. Faulty harness
4. Faulty EHR valve

4144 – Rear remote no. 4 – EEPROM error
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Cause: See above
Possible failure modes:
1. EEPROM error
2. Faulty EHR valve section
Solution:
1. Check for other active EHR error code(s).
Make a note of the error code(s), clear the error code(s) and test the system for normal operation.
A. Fault code does not re-display. Return unit to field operation and monitor.
B. Fault codes re-displays. Continue to step 2.
2. Download the correct level of software and configure the EHR valve.
A. System operates normally: no fault codes display. Return unit to field operation.
B. Fault codes re-displays. Install and configure a new EHR valve section.

4145 – Rear remote no. 4 – not commanded neutral on power-up
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Cause:
Possible failure modes:
1. Other EHR error code(s) detected.
2. Faulty EHR valve
Solution:
1. Check for other active EHR error code(s).
Make a note of the error code(s), clear the error code(s) and test the system for normal operation.
A. Fault code does not re-display. Return unit to field operation and monitor.
B. Fault codes re-displays. Continue to step 2.
2. Download the correct level of software and configure the EHR valve.
A. System operates normally: no fault codes display. Return unit to field operation.
B. Fault codes re-displays. Install and configure a new EHR valve section.

4146 – Rear remote no. 4 – under voltage
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Cause: See above.
Possible failure modes:
1. Faulty connector
2. Faulty harness
3. Faulty EHR valve

4147 – Rear remote no. 4 – over voltage
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Cause: See above.
Possible failure modes:
1. External power supply connected
2. Faulty charging system
3. Faulty EHR valve

4148 – Rear remote no. 4 – spool movement too low
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Cause: See above.
Possible failure modes:
1. Incorrect hydraulic pressure
2. Faulty EHR valve

4149 – Rear remote no. 4 – spool movement too high
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Cause: See above.
Possible failure modes:
1. Incorrect hydraulic pressure
2. Faulty EHR valve

4150 – Rear remote no. 4 – float position not reached
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Possible failure modes:
1. Incorrect hydraulic pressure
2. Faulty EHR valve

4151 – Rear remote no. 4 – manually operated
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Cause: See above.
Possible failure modes:
1. Remote valve manually operated
2. Faulty EHR valve

4152 – Rear remote no. 4 – driver faulty operation.
Possible failure modes:
1. EEPROM error
2. Faulty EHR valve section
Solution:
1. Check for other EHR error code(s).
Make a note of the error code(s), clear the error code(s) and test the system for normal operation.
A. Fault code does not re-display. Return unit to field operation and monitor.
B. Fault codes re-displays. Continue to step 2.
2. Download the correct level of software and configure the EHR valve.
A. System operates normally: no fault codes display. Return unit to field operation.
B. Fault codes re-displays. Install and configure a new EHR valve section.

4153 – Rear remote no. 4 – internal position sensor faulty
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Possible failure modes:
1. Faulty spool position potentiometer
2. Faulty EHR valve section
Solution:
1. Check for other active EHR error code(s).
Make a note of the error code(s), clear the error code(s) and test the system for normal operation.
A. Fault code does not re-display. Return unit to field operation and monitor.
B. Fault codes re-displays. Continue to step 2.
2. Download the correct level of software and configure the EHR valve.
A. System operates normally: no fault codes display. Return unit to field operation.
B. Fault codes re-displays. Install and configure a new EHR valve section.

4154 – Rear remote no. 4 – unable to reach neutral
NOTE: Follow the maintenance schedules in operator manual for hydraulic fluid and filter change intervals. Improper maintenance can lead to sticking valve spools.
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.

Cause: See above.
Possible failure modes:
1. A valve section was recently replaced and the tie bolts over torqued
2. Stuck spool due to contamination
3. Faulty EHR valve

4155 – Rear remote no. 4 – spool not in neutral at key on
NOTE: Follow the maintenance schedules in operator manual for hydraulic fluid and filter change intervals. Improper maintenance can lead to sticking valve spools.
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.

Cause: See above.
Possible failure modes:
1. Ignition switched off during EHR valve operation
2. Stuck spool due to contamination
3. Faulty EHR valve

4156 – Rear remote no. 5 – no control message received
Possible failure modes:
1. CAN Bus communication problem
2. Faulty connector
3. Faulty harness
4. Faulty EHR valve

4157 – Rear remote no. 5 – control message not plausible
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Cause:
Possible failure modes:
1. Faulty connector
2. Can bus interference
3. Faulty harness
4. Faulty EHR valve

4158 – Rear remote no. 5 – EEPROM error
Possible failure modes:
1. EEPROM error
2. Faulty EHR valve section
Solution:
1. Check for other EHR error code(s).
A. Make a note of the error code(s), clear the error code(s) and test the system for normal operation.
B. If the fault is still present, continue to step 2
2. Download the correct level of software and configure the EHR valve.
A. System operation normal. No fault codes recorded. Troubleshooting is complete.
B. If the fault reoccurs, remove, replace, and configure the EHR valve section.

4159 – Rear remote no. 5 – not commanded neutral on power-up
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Cause:
Possible failure modes:
1. Other EHR error code(s) detected.
2. Faulty EHR valve
Solution:
1. Check for other active EHR error code(s).
Make a note of the error code(s), clear the error code(s) and test the system for normal operation.
A. Fault code does not re-display. Return unit to field operation and monitor.
B. Fault codes re-displays. Continue to step 2.
2. Download the correct level of software and configure the EHR valve.
A. System operates normally: no fault codes display. Return unit to field operation.
B. Fault codes re-displays. Install and configure a new EHR valve section.

4160 – Rear remote no. 5 – under voltage
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Cause: See above.
Possible failure modes:
1. Faulty connector
2. Faulty harness
3. Faulty EHR valve

4161 – Rear remote no. 5 – over voltage
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Cause: See above.
Possible failure modes:
1. External power supply connected
2. Faulty charging system
3. Faulty EHR valve

4162 – Rear remote no. 5 – spool movement too low
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Cause: See above.
Possible failure modes:
1. Incorrect hydraulic pressure
2. Faulty EHR valve

4163 – Rear remote no. 5 – spool movement too high
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Cause: See above.
Possible failure modes:
1. Incorrect hydraulic pressure
2. Faulty EHR valve

4164 – Rear remote no. 5 – float position not reached
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Possible failure modes:
1. Incorrect hydraulic pressure
2. Faulty EHR valve

4165 – Rear remote no. 5 – manually operated
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Cause: See above.
Possible failure modes:
1. Remote valve manually operated
2. Faulty EHR valve

4166 – Rear remote no. 5 – driver faulty
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Possible failure modes:
1. EEPROM error
2. Faulty EHR valve section
Solution:
1. Check for other active EHR error code(s).
Make a note of the error code(s), clear the error code(s) and test the system for normal operation.
A. Fault code does not re-display. Return unit to field operation and monitor.
B. Fault codes re-displays. Continue to step 2.
2. Download the correct level of software and configure the EHR valve.
A. System operates normally: no fault codes display. Return unit to field operation.
B. Fault codes re-displays. Install and configure a new EHR valve section.

4167 – Rear remote no. 5 – internal position sensor faulty
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Possible failure modes:
1. Faulty spool position potentiometer
2. Faulty EHR valve section
Solution:
1. Check for other active EHR error code(s).
Make a note of the error code(s), clear the error code(s) and test the system for normal operation.
A. Fault code does not re-display. Return unit to field operation and monitor.
B. Fault codes re-displays. Continue to step 2.
2. Download the correct level of software and configure the EHR valve.
A. System operates normally: no fault codes display. Return unit to field operation.
B. Fault codes re-displays. Install and configure a new EHR valve section.

4168 – Rear remote no. 5 – unable to reach neutral
NOTE: Follow the maintenance schedules in operator manual for hydraulic fluid and filter change intervals. Improper maintenance can lead to sticking valve spools.
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.

Cause: See above.
Possible failure modes:
1. A valve section was recently replaced and the tie bolts over torqued
2. Stuck spool due to contamination
3. Faulty EHR valve

4169 – Rear remote no. 5 – spool not in neutral at key on
NOTE: Follow the maintenance schedules in operator manual for hydraulic fluid and filter change intervals. Improper maintenance can lead to sticking valve spools.
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.

Cause: See above.
Possible failure modes:
1. Ignition switched off during EHR valve operation
2. Stuck spool due to contamination
3. Faulty EHR valve

4170 – Rear remote no. 1 – not calibrated
NOTE: When the cause of the error code is corrected, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Possible failure modes:
1. EHR lever not calibrated
2. Faulty controller

4173 – Rear remote no. 2 – not calibrated
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Possible failure modes:
1. EHR lever not calibrated
2. Faulty controller

4177 – Rear remote no. 3 – not calibrated
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Possible failure modes:
1. EHR lever not calibrated
2. Faulty controller

4180 – Rear remote no. 4 – not calibrated
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Possible failure modes:
1. EHR lever not calibrated
2. Faulty controller

4190 – Rear remote no. 1 – no communications
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Cause: See above.
Possible failure modes:
1. CAN bus communication problem
2. Faulty connector
3. Faulty harness
4. Faulty EHR valve

4191 – Rear remote no. 2 – no communications
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Possible failure modes:
1. CAN bus communication problem
2. Faulty connector
3. Faulty harness
4. Faulty EHR valve

4192 – Rear remote no. 3 – no communications
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Possible failure modes:
1. CAN bus communication problem
2. Faulty connector
3. Faulty harness
4. Faulty EHR valve

4193 – Rear remote no. 4 – no communications
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Possible failure modes:
1. CAN bus communication problem
2. Faulty connector
3. Faulty harness
4. Faulty EHR valve

4198 – Rear remote no. 5 – no communications
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Possible failure modes:
1. CAN bus communication problem
2. Faulty connector
3. Faulty harness
4. Faulty EHR valve

4216 – Rear remote no. 1 – spool not calibrated
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Cause: See above.
Possible failure modes:
1. EHR valve not calibrated
2. Faulty controller

4217 – Rear remote no. 2 – spool not calibrated
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Possible failure modes:
1. EHR valve not calibrated
2. Faulty controller

4218 – Rear remote no. 3 – spool not calibrated
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Possible failure modes:
1. EHR valve not calibrated
2. Faulty controller

4219 – Rear remote no. 4 – spool not calibrated
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Possible failure modes:
1. EHR valve not calibrated
2. Faulty controller

4220 – Rear remote no. 5 – spool not calibrated
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Possible failure modes:
1. EHR valve not calibrated
2. Faulty controller

4301 – Rear remote no. 6 – no control message received
Possible failure modes:
1. CAN Bus communication problem
2. Faulty connector
3. Faulty harness
4. Faulty EHR valve

4302 – Rear remote no. 6 – control message not plausible
Possible failure modes:
1. Faulty connector
2. CAN bus interference
3. Faulty harness
4. Faulty EHR valve

4303 – Rear remote no. 6 – EEPROM error
Possible failure modes:
1. EEPROM error
2. Faulty EHR valve section
Solution:
1. Check for other active EHR error code(s).
Make a note of the error code(s), clear the error code(s) and test the system for normal operation.
A. Fault code does not re-display. Return unit to field operation and monitor.
B. Fault codes re-displays. Continue to step 2.
2. Download the correct level of software and configure the EHR valve.
A. System operates normally: no fault codes display. Return unit to field operation.
B. Fault codes re-displays. Install and configure a new EHR valve section.

4304 – Rear remote no. 6 – not commanded neutral on power-up
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Possible failure modes:
1. Other EHR error code(s) detected.
2. Faulty EHR valve
Solution:
1. Check for other active EHR error code(s).
Make a note of the error code(s), clear the error code(s) and test the system for normal operation.
A. Fault code does not re-display. Return unit to field operation and monitor.
B. Fault codes re-displays. Continue to step 2.
2. Download the correct level of software and configure the EHR valve.
A. System operates normally: no fault codes display. Return unit to field operation.
B. Fault codes re-displays. Install and configure a new EHR valve section.

4305 – Rear remote no. 6 – under voltage
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Possible failure modes:
1. Faulty connector
2. Faulty harness
3. Faulty EHR valve

4306 – Rear remote no. 6 – over voltage
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Possible failure modes:
1. External power supply connected
2. Faulty charging system
3. Faulty EHR valve

4307 – Rear remote no. 6 – spool movement too low
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Cause: See above.
Possible failure modes:
1. Incorrect hydraulic pressure
2. Faulty EHR valve

4308 – Rear remote no. 6 – spool movement too high
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Possible failure modes:
1. Incorrect hydraulic pressure
2. Faulty EHR valve

4309 – Rear remote no. 6 – float position not reached
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Possible failure modes:
1. Incorrect hydraulic pressure
2. Faulty EHR valve

4310 – Rear remote no. 6 – manually operated
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Possible failure modes:
1. Remote valve manually operated
2. Faulty EHR valve

4311 – Rear remote no. 6 – driver faulty
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Possible failure modes:
1. EEPROM error
2. Faulty EHR valve section
Solution:
1. Check for other active EHR error code(s).
Make a note of the error code(s), clear the error code(s) and test the system for normal operation.
A. Fault code does not re-display. Return unit to field operation and monitor.
B. Fault codes re-displays. Continue to step 2.
2. Download the correct level of software and configure the EHR valve.
A. System operates normally: no fault codes display. Return unit to field operation.
B. Fault codes re-displays. Install and configure a new EHR valve section.

4312 – Rear remote no. 6 – internal position sensor faulty
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Possible failure modes:
1. Faulty spool position potentiometer
2. Faulty EHR valve section
Solution:
1. Check for other active EHR error code(s).
Make a note of the error code(s), clear the error code(s) and test the system for normal operation.
A. Fault code does not re-display. Return unit to field operation and monitor.
B. Fault codes re-displays. Continue to step 2.
2. Download the correct level of software and configure the EHR valve.
A. System operates normally: no fault codes display. Return unit to field operation.
B. Fault codes re-displays. Install and configure a new EHR valve section.

4313 – Rear remote no. 6 – unable to reach neutral
NOTE: Follow the maintenance schedules in operator manual for hydraulic fluid and filter change intervals. Improper maintenance can lead to sticking valve spools.
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.

Possible failure modes:
1. A valve section was recently replaced and the tie bolts over torqued
2. Stuck spool due to contamination
3. Faulty EHR valve

4314 – Rear remote no. 6 – spool not in neutral at key on
NOTE: Follow the maintenance schedules in operator manual for hydraulic fluid and filter change intervals. Improper maintenance can lead to sticking valve spools.
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.

Possible failure modes:
1. Ignition switched off during EHR valve operation
2. Stuck spool due to contamination
3. Faulty EHR valve

4343 – Rear remote no. 5 – not calibrated
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Possible failure modes:
1. EHR lever not calibrated
2. Faulty controller

4344 – Rear remote no. 6 – not calibrated
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Possible failure modes:
1. EHR lever not calibrated
2. Faulty controller

4347 – Rear remote no. 6 – no communications
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Possible failure modes:
1. CAN bus communication problem
2. Faulty connector
3. Faulty harness
4. Faulty EHR valve

4350 – Rear remote no. 6 – spool not calibrated
NOTE: When the cause of the error code has been rectified, clear the error code and test the system for normal operation.
Possible failure modes:
1. EHR valve not calibrated
2. Faulty controller

4353 – EHR FB 1 Shorted to High Source
Cause: Sensor feedback voltage was greater than 4.5 V.
Possible failure modes:
1. Faulty connector
2. Faulty harness
3. Faulty implement pot

4354 – EHR FB 1 Shorted to low source
Cause: Sensor feedback voltage was less than 0.25 V.
Possible failure modes:
1. Faulty connector
2. Faulty harness
3. Faulty implement pot

4355 – EHR FB 3 Shorted to high source
Cause: Sensor feedback voltage was greater than 4.5 V.
Possible failure modes:
1. Faulty connector
2. Faulty harness
3. Faulty implement pot

4356 – EHR FB 3 Shorted to low source
Cause: Sensor feedback voltage was less than 0.25 V.
Possible failure modes:
1. Faulty connector
2. Faulty harness
3. Faulty implement pot

4357 – EHR Implement lower error
Cause: Lower delta depth is greater than 10% for more than 25 seconds.
Possible failure modes:
1. Faulty connector
2. Mis-adjusted or damaged linkage
3. Faulty implement pot

4358 – EHR Implement raise error
Cause: Raise delta depth is greater than 10% for more than 25 seconds.
Possible failure modes:
1. Faulty connector
2. Mis-adjusted or damaged linkage
3. Faulty implement pot