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Re: 1973 Ford 4400 wiring diagram

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09-20-2012 06:21:03

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Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeSwap the red and yellow wires.

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09-20-2012 09:57:21

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 Re: 1973 Ford 4400 wiring diagram in reply to JMOR, 09-20-2012 06:21:03  
Hey, JMOR, I think that is what I need to do as well. I was on the phone with my preferred Ford tractor guy this AM and his son asked if when I replaced the solenoid, that I used a "truck" solenoid and not a "Tractor" solenoid. I am pretty sure, it's been a few years, that I got it from a auto parts store. He says this can also cause me to have problems with it not shutting off. I am going to switch the wires around this weekend and if this doesn't work I'll be changing out the solenoid with one recommended for the tractor, not a truck.

I'll keep you posted and hopefully be back on Monday with good news!

Thank you once more!


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09-24-2012 04:21:46

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 Re: 1973 Ford 4400 wiring diagram in reply to JWinnett, 09-20-2012 09:57:21  
Good news it is, with a twist! I switched the wires and that was the problem, that worked for about 10 starts and then quit shutting off. I was doing some rewiring so I was slightly confused thinking I might have made a bad connection. I ended up replacing the starter relay as well, and upon first look at the tractor relay I could see that I had installed an automotive solenoid the first time. The tractor starts and shuts off every time now.

Thank you, JMOR, for all your assistance!


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