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Remote 8N starter setup/connection

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Johnoroville

02-12-2018 10:01:16




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How would you connect/attach a 'Remote starter' on an 8N?




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Royse

02-12-2018 19:36:23




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 Re: Remote 8N starter setup/connection in reply to Johnoroville, 02-12-2018 10:01:16  
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You don't need a remote starter to do that.

Take all the spark plugs out so the engine will roll easier.

Turn it over by hand until you feel compression coming out of
the #1 cylinder spark plug hole. The one closest to the radiator.

You can turn the engine using the fan or a hand crank.

The hand crank from a Farmall Cub works fine to turn them too.

Then turn it a little more to line up the timing marks on the
flywheel at 4 degrees BTDC.
Put the distributor back in with the rotor pointed at #1 on the cap.

Install the spark plug wires in order 1-2-4-3 CCW around the

distributor. Once it starts, adjust the timing with a timing light.

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Johnoroville

02-12-2018 19:24:03




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 Re: Remote 8N starter setup/connection in reply to Johnoroville, 02-12-2018 10:01:16  
[quote="R Geiger"](quoted from post at 11:19:34 02/12/18)
How would you work the choke? Why would you want remote start?[/quote]

I have no one to help me set the timing on my '52 (points)and I need to re-install the distributor on my '51, because someone that told me they were a retired PeterBuilt Tractor mechanic, helping me took the Dist out without noting which way the rotor was facing....bummer....

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Bob

02-12-2018 18:31:08




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 Re: Remote 8N starter setup/connection in reply to Johnoroville, 02-12-2018 10:01:16  
This question was answered almost a week ago for the same poster/handle on the Tractor Talk Board.

Didn't like the answer, I guess???



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Royse

02-12-2018 18:10:40




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 Re: Remote 8N starter setup/connection in reply to Johnoroville, 02-12-2018 10:01:16  
"Hey son/daughter/grandson/grandaughter, go start the tractor."



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Caryc

02-12-2018 12:09:04




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Some guys feel quite lucky if it starts when they're sitting on it.



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flembo

02-12-2018 11:13:58




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 Re: Remote 8N starter setup/connection in reply to Johnoroville, 02-12-2018 10:01:16  
What could possibly go wrong with that?



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R Geiger

02-12-2018 10:19:34




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 Re: Remote 8N starter setup/connection in reply to Johnoroville, 02-12-2018 10:01:16  
How would you work the choke? Why would you want remote start?



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