Posted by joe csuti on December 27, 2012 at 07:24:30 from (126.96.36.199):
In Reply to: 782 no electric posted by Ken_484 International on December 27, 2012 at 03:28:23:
Check sn of tractor on id plate,if 720,000/above there are 2 fuseholders/fuses behind dash,one fuse is main power to ign sw and is installed between battery pos(+) and pos(+) terminal on ammeter,if this fuse blown nothing on tractor will work(starter,lights)2nd fuse is for headlights/tail lights,if fuse between battery & ign sw not blown then there is an open circuit between battery terminal on starter sol & ign sw,possible causes:
Battery cable loose on starter sol terminal.
Wire to ign sw loose/broken on sol battery terminal
Ammeter bad or connections on same loose/broken
Ign sw bad.
Loose or bad neg(-)battery connection to eng block/chassis due to rust/dirt.
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