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Climb up into the tractor's seat. Look below the lower left-hand side and lower right-hand side of the steering wheel panel for the serial number. Certain older Ferguson tractors have the serial number stamped to a plate that is mounted to one of these areas of the steering wheel panel.
Yes i've solved this level 4, once u solve to level 6, plz show to me as well, thanks!
set upper left hand side be A down left hand side be B right hand side be C
solution 1st, C drag to center, A drag to C place ,C drag to A place 2nd, B drag under A, C drag to B place 3rd, A and B change their position --- A drag back to A place, and B drag upper , A drag under B 4th, C drag from B place to A Place 5th , A drag to B place ,C drag to down right hand side ,and B put on top of A and C
settings is in the lower right hand side of the screen, tap there.
display is in the middle of the screen on the left hand side about one(1) inch down from the top of the screen.
the slider for brightness is down one and one-forth inches down from the top of the screen, tap about 1 inch from the left hand side of the screen, remember it is 1 1/4 inches down the screen. NCMB
Hey Peggy..my name is Keith..and i restore 9N and 2N Ford Ferguson's and also the 8N's ..but the are strickly Ford..but Ferguson made his own tractors starting in 1949..and the model numbers was a TE-20 a TO-20 and a TO-30..Im not quiet sure what you have ..but a Ford and Ferguson the oil dipstick is located on the left hand side of the engine..and the transmission/hydraulic(its the same fluid) oil dip stick is located on the right hand side..just above the the back of the running board..and as for running on LP..i have not worked on one that was LP so i cant help you there..i hope it helps..and if not..please write me back
For Windows XP -- within the control panel, click on Display Icon and the following screen will appear. I have 2 monitors (Laptop and HP L1925 monitor).On the display properties screen, near the top of the screen, click on the “Settings” tab.When the “Settings” screen displays, select the “Advanced” button near the bottom of the screen.
The “Plug and Play Monitor …” screen will appear as shown below.From this screen, click on the “INTEL(R) Graphics Media Accelerator Driver for Mobile” tab near the top of the screen.Note: Tab stretches the full width of the screen.
The "Plug and Play Monitor ..." screen will change to show Intel Graphis Media Screen.From this screen click on the “Graphics Properties” button near the center of the screen.
The screen will change to show the graphics properties. Note, the screen actually comes up with “DISPLAY SETTING” selection (in dark Blue on the Left hand side of screen). To change Display settings click on the words “DISPLAY SETTINGS” (left side of screen) and the screen will switch to show Rotation options. On the top of the screen, select the “Monitor” you wish to change by clicking on “Monitor” button.Next make sure the “Enable Rotation” box is check on the right side of screen and then click on “90”.Your monitor should rotate at this point to portrait.A message will appear letting you confirm if you wish to keep this new setting.Specify yes to keep the new setting.