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Hi..my name is Keith..you can take the battery to like an AutoZone or AdvanceAuto..and they will test the battery for free..it sounds like it has a bad cell in it..also i would look at the battery cable connections to see if they are corroded and make sure the ground wire has a clean connection to the frame..if this didnt help..please write me back

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The 12 v conversion is the way to go. 6 v is a pain. It's getting harder and harder to get parts, and running off of battery power leaves a lot to be desired, especially if you've ever had to haul a dead battery back to the barn. I had a Farmall model "B", 1947, 6 volts. 12 volts was like a whole different tractor. Just my humble opinion!
Best regards, --W/D--

Posted on Aug 18, 2009

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Check and clean all of your connections at your solenoid back to "shiney and bright". That sounds like the problem.

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Posted on Aug 21, 2009

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Did you leave any old fuel in it during the winter?

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I have a 1976 ford tractor battery want stay charged when tractor is not running it is a ford 2000


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Check and clean all of your connections at your solenoid back to "shiney and bright". That sounds like the problem.

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Check the seat switch for the running problem. Disconnect the switch and jump the harness with a piece of wire, and see if the tractor stays running. If so, then the switch is bad. As for the charging problem. Test the voltage regulator. Start the tractor and put a volt meter across the battery. Red to red and black to black. Run the RPM to full throttle. You should have a reading of 14 to 14.5 volts. If not, the regulator is bad. Hope this helps.

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