Thanks to both of you for your replies. I have a recent battery in it, the biggest that will possibly fit in its battery box. Ive replaced both cables and most of the wiring to and from the starter/generator. The starter/generator had been rebuilt before I got the tractor by a proffesional auto electric shop. Thing is I don't know how long ago that was. I guess it could still be weak. One question for Tom Arnold tho, you mentioned that the ground cable should go only to the engine block? Well thats exactly where I hooked it to but with the rubber mounted engine and all I was wondering if there should be another wire from the engine to the tractor chassis to ensure a good ground to the regulator. The wiring diagram i aquired is somewhat generic and not specific to a case tractor. I appreciate your expertise on these tractors and thought you might know.
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