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Re: Farmall H Starter!!!
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Four years later I'm having the same problem with my '47 H. Sure enough the battery cable stud was the culprit. But, in my case, it was shorting to ground.
Check to see if you have continuity between the battery cable stud and the case. If you do, the stud is cracked and shorted to ground inside the starter.
I took mine apart, straightened out the lug and soldered the connection. Starter works like a charm.
Thanks for the initial diagnoses- spot on!
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