Question about Ford 8N Tractor
A coil wire can be bad. My 52 8 N at times would not start, otherntimes no problem. On one of the no start mornings I began to check wires. Found that the coil wire from distributor to the coil had a bad end. One end of wire was perfect, the other end was bad. The brass plate covering the bad end had become defective and was broken and was blocking connection with the distributor. I took a small wire and cleaned out the wire connection in the top of the distributor . Several small pieces of the corroded brass plate were removed , coil wire reinserted and old tractor started immediately. I still need to get a new coil wire but that was the problem
Posted on Feb 19, 2013
DID YOU REPLACE THE ROTOR BUTTON IF SO THE YOU NEED TO MAKE SURE THAT THE WIRES TO THE COIL ARE ON THE RIGHT POST ALSO CHECK THE WIRES TO THE DISTRIBUTOR TO MAKE SURE + IS TO + AND IF DOSE NOT WORK LET ME KNOW
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