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Is this the right starter switch button for my 850?

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tiresharkdb7

10-12-2018 17:41:35




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Working on tractor and somehow fried the starter switch button. When I press it, it only spits out 4 volts to the solenoid.

Here is a picture of it... I broke one of the screw terminals off when I was taking the wire off.

https://i.imgur.com/2PkQpjw.jpg

Will this TSC button work on my tractor? Thanks.

https://www.external_link.com/tsc/product/cambridge-starter-button-sealed-switch-20a-12v-dc-720w?cm_vc=-10005

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royse

10-13-2018 14:48:18




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 Re: Is this the right starter switch button for my 850? in reply to tiresharkdb7, 10-12-2018 17:41:35  
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Short answer is no. Your switch should look like this one and be in nearly this location if it's a Ford 850.
Obviously this is a four speed transmission, not the 5 speed a Ford 850 would have.



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paul

10-14-2018 14:43:21




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 Re: Is this the right starter switch button for my 850? in reply to royse, 10-13-2018 14:48:18  
Donít know what that first pictured switch is, it is not a normal 100 series starter switch.

Canít get the TSC link to open up.

The picture Royce has here is what your switch should look like. In a 5 speed it is slightly more to the left on the plate if I remember right. Havenít sat on mine the past few months, some years I drive it more days of the year than not.....

Paul



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Larry NCKS

10-13-2018 05:56:13




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 Re: Is this the right starter switch button for my 850? in reply to tiresharkdb7, 10-12-2018 17:41:35  
That looks like a starter switch for an 01 or early 000 Select-

O-Speed tractor. Are you sure your tractor is an 850? Or might it be that an 850 transmission was transplanted into a tractor that was previously an SOS tractor?



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riveroadrat

10-12-2018 19:39:54




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 Re: Is this the right starter switch button for my 850? in reply to tiresharkdb7, 10-12-2018 17:41:35  
That looks like the solenoid button for the preheaters on a diesel. Starter button should be on the gearshift plate.



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