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Re: NAA Starter Switch

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Royse

09-02-2013 18:32:22
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Sounds like your switch is working if it provides ground to the solenoid.

I don't see any need to replace it.

Did you actually check it all the way to the end of the wire
where it connects to the solenoid? Could be a break in the wire.

If the switch provides ground there, you may have a bad solenoid,

or the big wires reversed or possibly the wrong solenoid.
One not made for a tractor that is supposed to have power
applied to the small terminal instead of ground.

I see that happen quite often. Especially if it has two small terminals.

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cbrown9064

09-02-2013 18:36:27
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 Re: NAA Starter Switch in reply to Royse, 09-02-2013 18:32:22  
Ditto what Royse said on the wrong solenoid. There is a 2 post (small) that looks like the correct solenoid. Bit like Royse said it needs power to engage instead or ground to engage.
Check waiting all the way to the solenoid. If that is OK, pull solenoid and look for part number and cross reference or post back.

Chris



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Ron7000

09-22-2013 12:42:48
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 Re: NAA Starter Switch in reply to cbrown9064, 09-02-2013 18:36:27  
I grounded the small terminal and nothing happened. The wire from the starter swith is good. This solenoid was ordered from a tractor supply and the box is labled NCA 11450A(the correct number for an NAA) and 1100-0216 and has only one small terminal. If it starts with the push button there must be some way to wire it to work from the starter switch.



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JMOR

09-22-2013 13:12:42
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 Re: NAA Starter Switch in reply to Ron7000, 09-22-2013 12:42:48  

Ron7000 said: (quoted from post at 15:42:48 09/22/13) I grounded the small terminal and nothing happened. The wire from the starter swith is good. This solenoid was ordered from a tractor supply and the box is labled NCA 11450A(the correct number for an NAA) and 1100-0216 and has only one small terminal. If it starts with the push button there must be some way to wire it to work from the starter switch.
The power to activate the coil is picked up internal to the solenoid from one of the 2 large terminals.........connect battery to wrong large terminal & it will not activate. If those 2 cables are wrong/reversed, a voltmeter at the small terminal will show nothing. If correct, voltmeter will show battery voltage.

Royce already said same, but I am emphasizing it.
This post was edited by JMOR at 13:14:13 09/22/13.

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Ron7000

09-22-2013 14:25:59
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 Re: NAA Starter Switch in reply to JMOR, 09-22-2013 13:12:42  
The starter cable (left) and battery cable (right) are hooked up like they were before replacement. The new solenoid bracket can't be reversed (placed upside down) because the mounting bolts place it fouling the air filter bracket. Also, the push button would be on top to allow dirt, etc., to get in. However, I will try reversing the hookups and see what happens.



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