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Tony in Mass.

07-22-2014 18:33:00

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You in Vermont? I heard of a TEA for sale near White River Junction- was that one yours?

Yeah welcome aboard the SS Fergie. Plenty of room, all the rats already deserted....

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Lonnie Vt

07-23-2014 01:16:41

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 Re: 1954 TEA20 wiring in reply to Tony in Mass., 07-22-2014 18:33:00  
yes I am in northern Vt. I actually bought the tractor 3 miles down the road in Huntington. It had been sitting a few years and the lady wanted it gone. The s/n is 405305 so it's 85mm 12v positive ground?? Thanks for the wire diagram and if that's how it was originally put together I want to do the same. Where can I get the wire loom to match this diagram? Thanks for all the help advise and being welcomed into the ferguson world!

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Richard L

07-23-2014 05:20:21

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 Re: 1954 TEA20 wiring in reply to Lonnie Vt, 07-23-2014 01:16:41  
The 12 volts are negative ground (earth).

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Tony in Mass.

07-23-2014 06:07:01

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 Re: 1954 TEA20 wiring in reply to Richard L, 07-23-2014 05:20:21  
I don't know if that holds true to English made tractors Richard. I had Saint Elmo's fire all over the left side of the engine on my 12v TEA20. Including the sediment bowl... Even without a generator or alternator hooked up. I started putting ground wires everywhere, which got rid of the static sparks, but it could be the Lucas 12volt stuff wants to be positive ground. Too busy to tear back into it right now, but I will try reversing it, see what happens...

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