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Farmall H starting button switch

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04-25-2001 17:11:33

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Does any know the original Delco Remy part number for the starter switch on a Farmall H?

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The Red

04-26-2001 05:26:01

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 Re: Farmall H starting button switch in reply to Jim, 04-25-2001 17:11:33  
Jim if you are speaking of the plunger type switch, NAPA part number is ST6 ECH. It looks like the original. You can take those apart and file the contacts unless they are too weathered. You will find a wedge goes down and contacts two pieces of brass.

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04-25-2001 23:47:40

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 Re: Farmall H starting button switch in reply to Jim, 04-25-2001 17:11:33  
Takethe switch to a NAPA store. They can match it to a switch. Just got one for my M. Am not at home now otherwise I could get you a part number. Doc

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The Undertaker

04-25-2001 19:01:10

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 Re: Farmall H starting button switch in reply to Jim, 04-25-2001 17:11:33  

If you refer to the switch that mounts on the steering post, according to the Case/IH Parts Catalog, it is #356913 R91.

If it is the Starter Motor mounted type, it is #1918405, which is specifically mentioned as Delco-Remy.

In the former instance the book does not mention the manufacturer. It is quite probable parts numbers and manufacturers both have changed?


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Farmall Ed

04-25-2001 17:44:07

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 Re: Farmall H starting button switch in reply to Jim, 04-25-2001 17:11:33  

I don't know the Delco Remy part number but if you are not a stickler for original parts you can buy a starter switch at Tractor Supply that works excellent and looks very close to original for under $10.00. Ed

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