Posted by SeanInVa on June 27, 2013 at 12:58:05 from (126.96.36.199):
I'm new to the tractor ownership world, and am the proud new owner of a 1955 TO-35, S/N 144425, converted to 12-volt with an alternator.
I'm not at all mechanically inclined, so I knew going into this venture that I would have a steep learning curve.
I'm hoping someone can help me with what I'm sure is (for most) a simple challenge/question. I am replacing the soleniod
The unit coming off is a four-post one using a wire to ground it. I looked for a similar unit, but had trouble finding one for the TO-35 that wasn't three-post. I have a wiring diagram that shows the three-post as the original configuration, so I bought one (from this site, in fact.)
However, I'm hesitant to hook it up and try it out before getting guidance from folks much smarter than me. Is there any reason the three-post configuration won't work on my tractor?
Thanks in advance for any guidance--I'm sure this is just the firs of many questions.
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