Posted by Dale Kremnetz on October 29, 2012 at 05:02:08 from (22.214.171.124):
Would anyone know where I could find a wiring diagram for a super 99 diesel (6 cyl) I just recent purchased the tractor and the best I can tell, the switch froze up, and the previous owner added an electric fuel pump and a starter selenoid. I purchased the new switch, but it is marked differently on the back pins. Anyway, I put in two new batteries and tried to start the tractor and with in 5 seconds the battery wires were hot. My preference would be to go back to the manually engauged starter, so if anyone knows where I could take mine to be rebuilt back to original condition I guess would be a good start. I already purchased the rebuild kit for the diesel lift pump so I can eliminate the electric fuel pump. Any recommendations on what to soak the old pump in to clean it? Looking for someone to point me in the right direction, so any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
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