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Re: Case 220 Electrical issue

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Harold Evans

05-19-2013 12:51:05

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Have you tried jumping directly to the starter? Do some research on the safest way to do this and then give it a try. You will at least know if there is a problem with the starter, which will then give you a place from which to start your trace backwards to find the component that is causing the problem.

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David Shirk

05-19-2013 15:40:05

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 Re: Case 220 Electrical issue in reply to Harold Evans, 05-19-2013 12:51:05  
Thanks for the advise. I have jumped directly to the starter, and it does turn over. It just won't start (just spinning the motor over)...and generally it starts pretty good. I checked the fuse link from the ignition, and it looks good. I'm just not versed in auto/tractor wiring. It's as if there is a connection missing to complete the cycle. I can wire a house, but this is a bit different.

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05-19-2013 21:23:02

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 Re: Case 220 Electrical issue in reply to David Shirk, 05-19-2013 15:40:05  
Fusible link can look good, but be bad. Check with a multimeter.

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