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TO-30 Short leading to starting problems

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kglad1

05-03-2021 15:18:45




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Yesterday, I was using the TO-30 to move a much younger tractor that wouldn't start. In the process, smoke rolled out from under the hood and upon inspection, I fried one of the leads from the switch to the starter. I guess the insulation on the wire was missing and it grounded out I traced the power and found that it is good going into the gear shift activated starter. Power in, but not out. Any chance I fried the shift activated starter? How tough is it to replace this, if necessary.

Thanks for any ideas.

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Steve@Advance

05-03-2021 17:28:49




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 Re: TO-30 Short leading to starting problems in reply to kglad1, 05-03-2021 15:18:45  
You might get by with cleaning and adjusting the switch.

It has to make solid connection or it will arc and burn.



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Tom H.

05-03-2021 17:18:56




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 Re: TO-30 Short leading to starting problems in reply to kglad1, 05-03-2021 15:18:45  
Its easy to replace. Remove wires. Then unbolt plate. It is an upside down push button starter switch. Im sure they are here on the parts site and also most auto parts stores would have similar. Just bring the old one with. When you reinstall, you have to make sure the forward/aft play is set correctly for the linkage to work properly.

Tom



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