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Case 400 diesel

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11-04-2007 20:12:21

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Any Case 400 experts out there? I need help.

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11-05-2007 20:13:19

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 Re: Case 400 diesel in reply to louisville ohio, 11-04-2007 20:12:21  
Hmmmm, did you hook up the battery?????

Just kidding, is it gas or diesel. Have you tried to jump from solenoid to starter. If you go to caseih.com and go to parts search for a 400 it should give you a wire diagram.
Check with Don Livingston he may have parts.

PS, check battery to make sure you have juice.


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11-05-2007 16:53:40

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 Re: Case 400 diesel in reply to Keith0301, 11-04-2007 20:12:21  
I have electrical problems. When I got the tractor it would turn over, but not start. I had the brilliant idea to install new gauges, rewire the tractor, and install a new generator. Now it won't even turn over! Does anybody out there have a detailed wiring diagram for the 400? Also, I need the right-hand side (as you sit on the tractor) head light bracket, and the plunger for the ether starting aid.

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Hoss in Maine

11-05-2007 15:39:29

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 Re: Case 400 diesel in reply to Keith0301, 11-04-2007 20:12:21  
I dont know nuttin and can prove it. Maybe later, Hoss.

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11-05-2007 12:53:35

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 Re: Case 400 diesel in reply to Keith0301, 11-04-2007 20:12:21  
Ok what's the question...? At the very least you'll get good edumacated guesses...

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11-05-2007 08:01:15

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 Re: Case 400 diesel in reply to Keith0301, 11-04-2007 20:12:21  
I am standing by to help or learn. Which ever!! gobble

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Gene Dotson

11-05-2007 01:56:00

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 Re: Case 400 diesel in reply to Keith0301, 11-04-2007 20:12:21  
Sure, lots of them. Thousands were made and sold. Some experts more knowledgeable than others... Gene

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11-04-2007 20:46:15

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 Re: Case 400 diesel in reply to Keith0301, 11-04-2007 20:12:21  
I have a 400 Gas, I don't know if I can help??
Anybody with a 700 or 800 can help too. Almost the same tractor.

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