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Ford 9N, 2N & 8N Discussion Forum
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Re: Too tired to think--2N wiring

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Royse

12-20-2012 16:23:15
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Yes it will turn over, nothing to prevent it.
Hope he doesn't run the battery dead wondering why it won't
start before he realizes he didn't turn the key on. Don't ask. LOL




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TOM N MS

12-20-2012 18:14:08
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 Re: Too tired to think--2N wiring in reply to Royse, 12-20-2012 16:23:15  
Tractor is kinda new to him-he's only had it and used it regularly for 45 years..I guess it is just one of those things where you(he) has always done exactly the same thing every time-put in neutral, turn on key, press starter button and fan the choke..has always cranked before it turns over good....anyway, today I think he got Out Of Sequence somehow and discovered that the engine turns over with the push button starter no matter if the key is on or off...Just goes to show, we never get too old to learn new things--Hope I am still as sharp as he is when I'm his age..He is 80. Thanks for sharing your experience.

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Bob Harvey

12-20-2012 18:49:56
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 Re: Too tired to think--2N wiring in reply to TOM N MS, 12-20-2012 18:14:08  
Lets hope that when we are 80, we only make small mistakes like that. All the best for the Season to you , your Dad and family. b P.S. 80 ain't THAT far away!



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TOM N MS

12-20-2012 20:10:57
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 Re: Too tired to think--2N wiring in reply to Bob Harvey, 12-20-2012 18:49:56  
Thanks Mr. Bob and I wish You and your family a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.



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