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Re: Amp draw on tractor?

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Royse

05-10-2013 19:32:56
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I'm a little lost here Dave.

I'm assuming you're working on an N of some model that has been
converted to 12 Volt negative ground because you mentioned alternator.

I would expect no current from the alternator unless it were running.

Current on the key switch with key on, engine not running would depend
on the position of the points, opened or closed.

Current draw on the battery cable when you push the starter button would

vary I think, depending on load. Is the starter turning?

What is the problem you are trying to fix?
You may have posted it earlier, and if so I apologize but I don't remember.

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Dave/MO

05-10-2013 19:44:12
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 Re: Amp draw on tractor? in reply to Royse, 05-10-2013 19:32:56  
41 9n 12V. Tractor has not ran for about 2 weeks now. Had gas leaking from carb so I put repair kit in carb. Changed plugs, plug wires, points, condenser and still would not start. Had fuel from bowl to carb and thru carb. took carb off and shot ether up intake and still would not fire. I am think coil is bad because everything else is new.



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36 coupe

05-11-2013 04:32:28
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 Re: Amp draw on tractor? in reply to Dave/MO, 05-10-2013 19:44:12  
Never could afford to change parts.On gas leak a bit of dirt can make a carb flood.My tractor floods now and then.It sounds like you are using your ohmmeter on circuits with power in them.That WILL cook your meter.Your new points and condenser may be junk.Old ones good quality.



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HCooke

05-10-2013 20:49:36
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 Re: Amp draw on tractor? in reply to Dave/MO, 05-10-2013 19:44:12  
Check for spark with a plug grounded to the block. Should jump at least 3/16" with a blue white spark. I asked before where you are located in MO.



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Dave/MO

05-10-2013 21:10:18
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 Re: Amp draw on tractor? in reply to HCooke, 05-10-2013 20:49:36  
I live in Silex. About 10 miles north of Troy



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