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06-08-2010 17:25:59

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I have a 600 ford that I was bush hoging with yesterday. The tractor started missing and then died, it will not start back, It will crank fine, I have fire from the coil threw the dist cap but no fire to the plugs, It has an almost new rotor button and a new clip under the button. but still no fire. Coil puts out plenty of fire, and the tractor does not backfire or anything. Hope someone can help.

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06-16-2010 12:58:32

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 Re: 600 FORD in reply to ROBBIE DEEL, 06-08-2010 17:25:59  
Check your points. The copper band from the points to the metal stud where the small wire from the coil connects to it at the base of the distributor may be broke,..or the insulator that the stud goes through may be cracked thus shorting out your coil wire. You can get both parts from a New Holland Dealer.

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06-16-2010 08:11:44

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 Re: 600 FORD in reply to ROBBIE DEEL, 06-08-2010 17:25:59  
if you have spark at the wire TO the cap.. but no spark at the wires FROM the cap.. then look at cap and rotor.


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06-09-2010 07:06:12

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 Re: 600 FORD in reply to ROBBIE DEEL, 06-08-2010 17:25:59  
Bad cap will do that or your new rotor maybe bad seen a good number of new bad parts now days. Has it been wet in your area lately?? If it has been there is a good chance your cap is bad. I'd tell you how to check that but if I did then you would get mad. LOL. Just hold your hand on the cap if you jump 10 feet when you spin it over then you know for sure tha cap is bad. Yes it will in fact zap the crap out of you if the cap is bad. BTDT and learned the hard way many many years ago

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