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Ford 9N, 2N & 8N Discussion Forum
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Royse

02-12-2014 17:08:45
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That's the way the linkage works on the 9N/2N.

The actual switch is not really hidden, it's in front of the steering

tower under the battery where the battery cables hook onto it.

It's held in by two bolts. The "button" on that switch, toward the
rear of the tractor as mounted, reminds me of the older floor board
mounted headlight dimmer switches.

It is the top of that button (that you would step on if it were a dimmer)
that I was saying I have seen worn out. One completely through.

I have seen guys post here about worn out linkage too.

I have not ran into that personally, but all mechanical things wear.

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Ken N Tx

02-13-2014 01:39:06
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 Re: Starter Switch in reply to Royse, 02-12-2014 17:08:45  
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Bob5300

02-13-2014 11:18:09
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 Re: Starter Switch in reply to Ken N Tx, 02-13-2014 01:39:06  
Is the 8n starter system set up the same as the 2n & 9n?



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JMOR

02-13-2014 11:26:18
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 Re: Starter Switch in reply to Bob5300, 02-13-2014 11:18:09  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeNo, not even close.



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WW2N

02-12-2014 19:26:05
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 Re: Starter Switch in reply to Royse, 02-12-2014 17:08:45  
I had a 46 that the rocker went out on it appeared a slow process, and he said he had a new push button and slowly gave up. I was able to find a used rocker at N Complete $40! I had to swallow it cause I couldn't find one anywhere.



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