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Solenoid replace on IH 485

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alray

07-21-2020 08:30:36




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Can the solenoid on a IH 485 be replaced without removing the 4 bolt starter. Starter works well if main poles on solenoid are shorted together.




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ALRAY

08-05-2020 07:09:26




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 Re: Solenoid replace on IH 485 in reply to alray, 07-21-2020 08:30:36  
Found my own answer, which is NO, it cannot be replaced while on the tractor. But, also found on closer inspection that the starter is a 3 bolt-on starter, and the one bolt I dreaded trying to get to does not exist. Removed the starter with no problem.

Learn from my mistake tho that just because the parts guy says the solenoid will fit a 485, that does not mean it will fit YOUR 485. There are at lease 3 different solenoids and of course I have the wrong one.
Anyone ever unsolder and take the solenoid apart and file/clean the contacts and put it back together? I used to do that on old Chevys and to save time am considering doing that this morning.

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