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Re: getting an early start

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Mike Groom

03-21-2014 05:42:39
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It looks like you're firing TDC on # 4,your dist rotates clockwise so take #1 wire and move it clockwise 1 terminal,10 O'clock?take #2 cyl. wire and put it in the next terminal CW and to #2 plug,take # 4 cyl. wire and put it in the 4-5 o'clock position and attach it to # 4 cyl. put the 8 o'clock wire on and attach to # 3 cyl. loosen the dist. enough to rotate it as you try starting the tractor,if you have fire to all plugs it should start,hope this makes sense to you.

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rd 2n in mo

03-21-2014 07:41:53
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 Re: getting an early start in reply to Mike Groom, 03-21-2014 05:42:39  
It seems that your rotor clip is pointing to #4 plug. the brass end will send the current to #4.

rotate the dist. to #1 which is 180 from there and re attach your cap.

you were shown the correct set up yesterday with another f-2000.

firing order is 1 2 4 3 with #1 being at the front of the tractor.

#1 on the distr. is directly opposite from the #4 you have shown.

if this does not work then pull your plugs and rotate the motor until you find compression on #1 piston. at that point you should have tdc on that piston AND you should have the correct location for #1 on the distr.
reinstall the plugs and put the cap back on and it should fire up.

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JMOR

03-21-2014 16:22:53
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 Re: getting an early start in reply to rd 2n in mo, 03-21-2014 07:41:53  
No wonder the poor guy is confused with such conflicting information. Do not rotate the distributor base. It was running before, so it is only a matter of getting wires back the way they were.



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