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Ford 2000 wiring diagram


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Posted by JCC on September 06, 2000 at 10:06:57 from (63.10.120.192):

I have a 63 model Ford 2000, 4 cyl gas burner that was converted from 6 volt to 12 volt. It was working fine until recently when all electrical components failed. I do not believe it was wired correctly when I purchased the tractor. It still had 6 volt fuel gauge which appeared to work under the 12 volt system. I replaced ignition switch with a universal switch that had 2 posts on back, one says coil and the other says amm (assume this means ammeter). However, my tractor had no ammeter, only marker lamp on dash from original 6 volt generator application. Also replaced starter relay and starter button on transmission. I cannot get starter button to work when pressing. It is dead! Does anyone have a wiring diagram they can share with me? I have tried many different combinations and can get tractor to start by jumping battery pole to starter pole on relay. Starter button still does not want to work! Is there a difference in starter buttons i.e. 6 volt buttons and 12 volt buttons. I know my fuel gauge pegs hard to the right when key is on but tank is near empty. I think I could get it if I had a wiring diagram to follow. Any help will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

JCC
Montevallo, Al


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