I have some obligations that are gonna keep me from dealing with this for a while. Thanks Wade Would the diode be the issue if the fuse only goes when the key is rotated counter clockwise? I have access to a shop manual and see if I can take a look at wiring schematic. Howdy Windy Battery is only 12. Right before the fuse breaks I think I hear a little click in the engine compartment, near the front of the motor. I thought it was the starter, and tried to get it to move, and quickly put it in gear.
Check each new glow plug before installing. Save 15% on our sale! Loosen the small nuts on top of each glow plug. I guess I'll get one and change it next time it won't start. I replaced the fuse and when I rotate the key backwards it blows. Sorry I didn't make it clear.
To do this, you can use a set of jumper cables. Use the information above including the glow plug part number and picture if available to assist you in making your decision to purchase. Hopefully they are not siezed fast to the block. Well, I'm no trouble shooter, but it sounds like you may have and ignition switch problem. In addition, we have a generous 30-day return policy if this item needs to be returned for any reason.
If you're looking for other parts, you can to save time, or browse through all of our Ford New Holland tractor parts on the page. Attach one end to the ground of the battery and the other to the lower threads of the glow plug. Is there fuel in the fuel filter bowl? I cut myself a plastic washer from an old kitchen trash can with an exacto knife to fill that gap, andthe switch is in tight as a drum. They should come out just like a spark plug. When I took off the ignition switch the whole assembly seemed to just fall apart no screw in the side to hold it together with the base with all the wires. I have a 1989 Ford 1720.
Anyhow I'm purebred country that was raised right by my parents and growing up on the farm I learned had to be self reliant in many ways as many of you did. I did this twice with the same result. Thanks for all your help and patience. Someone with one of these tractors or more know how should be along any time. Our extensive research has helped us identify these parts and make them available through our online catalogs.
I have traced all the wires and don't see a short. Wiping a terminal that appears clean just won't do it. Definitely not a clicking or a crackle. Order Toll Free 800 853-2651 Mon-Fri Order online anytime! The tractor is 12 years old, with 1270 hours on it. Yeah, wiping the terminals with a rag wasn't the best thing to do. Sizzle would indicate dirty terminals not making contact. I usedthe tractort for short duty trips today- 10 to 15 minutes at a time which I try hard to avoid.
It actually seems like the lack of plastic there, allowing the metal switch fastening ring to make contact with the side wall, might have been affecting the circuit???. I coated the connections with petroleum jelly, as I had this handy. If you can't locate what you need or have questions feel free to call us. Thanks , Rick Sounds much like a dirty battery post. See our page for information about ordering over the phone, and our current shipping and return policies. I once had the flapper on a tractor exhaust stay up not close after running and it rain for 3 days and when I went to start the engine the rain had drained down into the cylinder and blew a hole in the block big enough to insert cantalope.
I have 2 questions: 1 Any suggestions on where I could get one of these springs without buying the whole assembly or where I could get an assembly for a good price? In addition, we have a generous 30-day return policy if this item needs to be returned for any reason. Refunds by law: In Australia, consumers have a legal right to obtain a refund from a business if the goods purchased are faulty, not fit for purpose or don't match the seller's description. Mine is also 12 years old, A Ford without the New Holland logo. If you can't locate what you need or have questions feel free to call us. I thought well, maybe disconnecting the battery is a clue, like there is a relay or something, so I disconnected it for ten minutes.
And, do I need to have power to the glow plugs in order to test them? We went ahead and spent the time to remove these connections, and cleaned up with steel wool and fine sandpaper today. It may be a challenge to get it out from all the injector lines and other tubing. When I turn the key counter clockwise no lights- no glow plug indicator. Ground wire to tractor clean? Thanks Folks for the insight. May want to think about that also.
Then coat the two battery post and cable ends lavishly with the mixture to reduce future oxidation. Would this happen if a glow plug is bad? It is true I have no decent shelter for ol' blue right now, and I'll have to keep a tin can on the exhaust as their is no flapper at all. I turned the key again, and the glow plug light lit ,so I reinstalled the start switch. If no battery brush a strip of emery cloth will work. An old quick remedy on corroded post is to pour coca cola to remove the crud fast fix pepsi will not work,coke only.