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In Reply to: Case 2290 trans filter light on posted by John on Wednesday, May 23, 2018:
If you turn the key on the filter light should not come on as there is no pressure in the filter till the engine starts,(it works the opposite to the engine oil light) the light can come on after start with the oil cold as it builds a bit of pressure getting through the filter,after the oil warms up a bit it gets through the filter easier lowering the pressure and the light will go out,if the light is staying on take the wire off the sender switch,the light should now be out,if it is staying on it would mean that the wire between the sender and the lamp is grounding and keeping the light on.
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