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01-31-1999 17:21:28

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1946-H Tractor sat for 9 mos. For some reason no spark. Also looking for wiring diagram to confirm correct connections. Thank you..

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John T

02-01-1999 07:20:21

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 Re: FARMALL H NO SPARK in reply to Courtland, 01-31-1999 17:21:28  
Its usually the ignition points are corroded. Clean and check gap and give it another try. Condensors can also go bad but if its not one of those, post or e mail back for more info. John T

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Curt Cooke

01-31-1999 19:00:10

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 Re: FARMALL H NO SPARK in reply to Courtland, 01-31-1999 17:21:28  
Mag or Dist., chances are your points are at fault, greened over by moisture. Remove and replace or thoroughly clean.

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43 H

01-31-1999 19:19:07

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 Re: Re: FARMALL H NO SPARK in reply to Curt Cooke, 01-31-1999 19:00:10  
Check all of your connections. Espesially the at the mag. I had a problem similar with my 340. The brass/copper ends of the wires and points corrode quickly and need to be checked periodiclly and cleaned also. If that doesn't help take of the coil and have it checked.

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