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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

Case W7 loader engine A284.

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11-09-2019 11:00:39

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I bought a old loader and someone pulled all the plug wires off. It s a 4 cylinder case engine A284. The firing order is on the block but where is number one on distributor? Also I keep reading that number one cylinder is the one by radiator and others say it s by the cab. If anybody has a old diagram of cylinders and plug wire locations for this old case W7 loader I have I would love a peek. I have the service manual and that s pretty vague as far as distributor goes. It s a 196? Tractor. That s all I have. Any help would be great at this point.

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11-09-2019 16:49:44

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 Re: Case W7 loader engine A284. in reply to oldschoolW7W9, 11-09-2019 11:00:39  
Thank you Jim. I figured out the firing order and she started to run. Im so happy about this. I think it hasn't run in 10 to 15 years. This machine is in great shape and has so many more hour left on it. Thanks again for that. Big time help. :D

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11-09-2019 14:50:33

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 Re: Case W7 loader engine A284. in reply to oldschoolW7W9, 11-09-2019 11:00:39  
In addition to the reply to your post about this on the Restoration Forum, here is a cut shot from a youtube of a W7. I'm guessing it is about the same as yours.

Here is a link to the video, if it works.


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