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Re: JD 2010 Diesel - What is this switch?

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JDEM

05-09-2020 06:26:56




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I assume that switch is spring loaded and momentary? If so, it is to operate the glow-plugs. Many of those 2010 diesels also had a hand-pump fuel primer but I do not see one on your's.




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05-09-2020 06:36:56




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 Re: JD 2010 Diesel - What is this switch? in reply to JDEM, 05-09-2020 06:26:56  
That is the manual self destruct switch. You energize it when you find out the head is cracked, the sleeve deck is bad and the hydraulics don't work,along with all the other maladies of a 2010. lol.....



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05-09-2020 07:06:44




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 Re: JD 2010 Diesel - What is this switch? in reply to MSM, 05-09-2020 06:36:56  
There are still plenty of 1010 and 2010s around running well, gas and diesel. Mine was manufactured late 1959. Not bad for a 60 year-old machine. 1010 and 2010s were fine for their time of development and had a lot of firsts for Deere. The wet-sleeves, rotary-distributor fuel-injection in the diesels, positive valve-stem seals. Power-shift hydraulic reverser in some of the crawlers.

The way I see it, many of the gripes about the diesels were due to owner and user ignorance. Especially what some people did to those poor things trying to start them cold.

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