Question about Farmall Tractor A-i,av,super A ,super Av Radiator
Possibly a timing issue. Check the timing first. Also check the compression to verify both are within spec
Posted on May 11, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: it is a 1947 farmall
Two possibilities come to mind:
- the water pump impeller may have so much oxidation on it, it's not pumping enough coolant
- the cooling circuit in the block has so much oxidation in it that it is restricting the coolant flow rate through the block
It's like my arteries, I'm the same age as your tractor, and believe it or not my father once owned that same tractor.
I don't remember, does it have a thermostat? . If it does, you could remove it -- that might help.
Posted on May 07, 2009
if all tie rods are tight the steering box has a philips screw with a jam nut loose nut turn screw in until it stops, back out a little tighten jam nut. that takes slack out of worm gear. hope this helps
Posted on Aug 01, 2010
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