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allis chalmers CA starter problems!!!

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cody newcomb

02-25-2011 17:54:07
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this starter is not trying to do anything it is not trying or attempting to rotate i made sure i is not locked up and it has a good battery in it have any ideas???




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cody newcomb

02-27-2011 08:09:54
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 Re: allis chalmers CA starter problems!!! in reply to cody newcomb, 02-25-2011 17:54:07  
well this will give yall a little more info if ur looking at the starter while it still is on the tractor the wire close to the end of the starter the wire loom is burnt off and the starter gets hot when i did hav it rotating



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Dick L

02-27-2011 12:14:10
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 Re: allis chalmers CA starter problems!!! in reply to cody newcomb, 02-27-2011 08:09:54  
Same as not having a large enough wire for the load.



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cody newcomb

02-27-2011 07:59:26
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 Re: allis chalmers CA starter problems!!! in reply to cody newcomb, 02-25-2011 17:54:07  
well if your looking at the starter while its still on the tractor u can see where the wire loom is actually burnt off could thAt be an issue?



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Dick L

02-26-2011 07:03:50
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 Re: allis chalmers CA starter problems!!! in reply to cody newcomb, 02-25-2011 17:54:07  
Actually the main ground from the starter to the torque tube is the locking stud. I always jump from the starter and the locking stud. You can remove the starter switch from the starter and hold the jump cable clamp tight against the contact stud to make sure that the lack of turning of the starter is in the starter rather than in the wires or wire connections. If the starter spins good that way you would know that the starter was not your problem.

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cody newcomb

03-01-2011 13:58:53
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 Re: allis chalmers CA starter problems!!! in reply to Dick L, 02-26-2011 07:03:50  
well dick i tried what u said and i have absolutly nothing at all



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topsarg

02-26-2011 05:28:58
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 Re: allis chalmers CA starter problems!!! in reply to cody newcomb, 02-25-2011 17:54:07  
Make sure all battery cable connections are clean!! Especially the ground, where it connects to the body..



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farmerjohinpa

02-25-2011 20:10:47
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 Re: allis chalmers CA starter problems!!! in reply to cody newcomb, 02-25-2011 17:54:07  
the contact on the starter,,and the one on the starter switch attached to the battery lead ned to be clean and have good contact to each other and also pull the starter out and wire wheel the area where it slides into the bell housing and the bell housing to be sure you have a good ground,,,would help to put some electolis grease on there before reassembly too. one more make sure the ground cable has a clean area where it bolts to the tractor.

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NYEthan

02-25-2011 18:02:59
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 Re: allis chalmers CA starter problems!!! in reply to cody newcomb, 02-25-2011 17:54:07  
hows the push button contacts?



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cody newcomb

02-27-2011 10:02:02
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 Re: allis chalmers CA starter problems!!! in reply to NYEthan, 02-25-2011 18:02:59  
look little coroded but cleaned em and nothin



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cody newcomb

02-27-2011 08:10:28
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 Re: allis chalmers CA starter problems!!! in reply to NYEthan, 02-25-2011 18:02:59  
well this will give yall a little more info if ur looking at the starter while it still is on the tractor the wire close to the end of the starter the wire loom is burnt off and the starter gets hot when i did hav it rotating



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