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Re: Need wireing help

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01-09-2013 18:27:20

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I am not a 12v expert. Here is a wiring diagram by JMOR. There are several ways to do this. Note the 9/2Ns do not have a solenoid normally but it is possible that the previous owner has bypassed the safety started and added a key automotive type starter and a solenoid. I have one like that presently and will be converting it back to the original starter switch.

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Brian Livingstone

01-09-2013 19:19:52

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 Re: Need wireing help in reply to HCooke, 01-09-2013 18:27:20  
So this diagram shows it wired without the starter solinoid. That is interesting because the original solinoid was also bypassed by the previous owner. Is this then the proper way to wire a 2n?

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01-10-2013 09:40:55

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 Re: Need wireing help in reply to Brian Livingstone, 01-09-2013 19:19:52  
Can you take a picture and show us what you are calling a solenoid? There was no solenoid on these tractors originally, but one could have been added.

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01-09-2013 20:58:27

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 Re: Need wireing help in reply to Brian Livingstone, 01-09-2013 19:19:52  
As JMOR said the 9N and 2N used a starter button that you push down and that in turn pushes a contact-or that then sends battery voltage to the starter and NO true solenoid was on it.

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01-09-2013 20:27:03

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 Re: Need wireing help in reply to Brian Livingstone, 01-09-2013 19:19:52  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see9n & 2N had no solenoid. They had the mechanically/hand operated switch. In that regard the diagram is a good one. As it says, it reflects the TISCO conversion kit wiring recommendations. Personally, I do not like the "alternator only ammeter" connection. The Fords used a "net ammeter" connection & I like that connection (below).

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