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Steve Walk

06-24-2010 17:24:16




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I have a 1394 Case/David Brown tractor. I pulled the tractor apart and found that there was a pin sheared in the fork arm that holds the throw out bearing. When I pulled the tractor back together, I could not get it started. Could this be from the splines in the clutch disc being out of line and jammed in the pilot bearing? Any advise on what to do?




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J Heitkemper

06-25-2010 19:10:05




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 Re: Case 1394 in reply to Steve Walk, 06-24-2010 17:24:16  
Is it Alljammed together and stuck , TAKE IT APART AND TRY AGAIN , ? or is the motor cranking and not firing , FUEL PRIME LOST , or is there suimply no power to srater ? need clarification ...



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popsblades

06-26-2010 10:25:55




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 Re: Case 1394 in reply to J Heitkemper, 06-25-2010 19:10:05  
Tractor won't crank. Are you from Elizabeth, IN?



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watsonsgotit

06-27-2010 18:14:37




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 Re: Case 1394 in reply to popsblades, 06-26-2010 10:25:55  
Steve,
What about a neutral safety switch? Is it hooked up? I would like to think that if this does not work, you have maybe an electrical problem that may not totally be related to the repair that you performed.



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