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John Deere 2010 Glow Plug wire connection

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NorthernFarms

05-10-2020 10:09:15




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Hello, would any one know if this has a part number? The wire from the ignition switch goes to each cylinder. I m working on rewriting this but I think they re beyond saving. I would like for the glow plug heat to work as it gets mighty cold up here in Canada.




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JDEM

05-10-2020 15:19:13




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 Re: John Deere 2010 Glow Plug wire connection in reply to NorthernFarms, 05-10-2020 10:09:15  
You are going to need all those glow-plugs working even if it is not cold. I suspect that 2010 won't hardly want to start at 50 degrees F without glow-plug heat. In temps down near zero, it really needs the optional hand-operated fuel-primer IF you do not use a block heater.



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NorthernFarms

05-10-2020 12:25:19




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 Re: John Deere 2010 Glow Plug wire connection in reply to NorthernFarms, 05-10-2020 10:09:15  
Thanks for all the replies and the specific part numbers, this is exactly what I was looking for.
Hopefully this tractor will run again.. one day



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Tx Jim

05-10-2020 12:13:45




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 Re: John Deere 2010 Glow Plug wire connection in reply to NorthernFarms, 05-10-2020 10:09:15  
It appears from viewing parts catalog that glow plug wiring is included in main wiring harness. I checked harness part #(AT17598) for later serial # tractor & it is NLA. One needs to know your tractors serial # to accurately determine correct part #. You might need to contact www.wiringharnesses.com



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Jim.ME

05-10-2020 10:38:11




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 Re: John Deere 2010 Glow Plug wire connection in reply to NorthernFarms, 05-10-2020 10:09:15  
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Here is a direct link you can click on to go to the PC731 parts catalog. It will save you doing the model search needed with the link to the catalogs I gave you the other day. It will help you ID things and give you part numbers to do searches with.

https://partscatalog.deere.com/jdrc/navigation/equipment/83226/level/2/snp/NDg1MDk6Q0hBUFRFUlsxMDYxOiNCVVNJTkVTU19SRUdJT04sNTEwNDojQ0FUQUxPRyw4MzIyNjpFUVVJUE1FTlRd

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wore out

05-10-2020 10:25:43




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 Re: John Deere 2010 Glow Plug wire connection in reply to NorthernFarms, 05-10-2020 10:09:15  
Two styles of glowplugs were used, to determine correct part number note which wrench size fits the hex on the G.P..

3/8" hex = Current DEERE part number AT23537.

5/8" hex = Current DEERE part number AT16144.

They are TERRIBLY expensive from DEERE, there's lots of on-line sellers who claim to have good substitutes for a lot less $$$.

Bosch would be a good choice, IMHO.

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