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How do you connect a ford tractor 2910 starter. How do the wires connect to the starter?

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SOURCE: 1950 8N FORD TRACTOR WON"T START.

Hi..my name is Keith..and i have 9 ford tractors..i have 9N's..2N's and 8N's..and i have converted one or two of them over to 12V..and i use the solonid that has only 1 side post...and thats what my original starter swich connects to and on the big terminal i have the battery wire and a 12 gauge wire that i run to the amp meter....i hope this helps..and if you have any questions..please write back

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SOURCE: my 1949 8N Ford tractor, the starter just spins

My thought is you need a new "bendix" for lack of a better word. The device I speak of spins out and connects with the flywheel. There is the possibility you have electric problems but based on what you say, I think it is mechanical.

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If you have not already found the info, I would suggest visiting the following website for some detailed help:

mytractorforum.com

No cost but will have to join to post questions. Likely all info can be had simply by searching the Ford "N" section. Good Luck!!

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First, disconnect the battery first before attempting any wiring repair or replacement of electrical system components. I assume the old starter has been removed, so here are the steps to wiring on the new one.
First trace the generator wire (generally a 10 or 12 guage) wire from the generator. this wire along with your positive terminal cable from the battery and a wire which runs to the "light" pull switch all connect to the left side of the starter solenoid which i on top of the starter housing. This solenoid has "2" sides. With the bracket at the rear (towards passenger seat) the left side holds the three wires discussed above. The other side should be connected to the starter itself that has a bolt on the outside. This is a ground wire. If your starter didn't come with a new start solenoid, then this ground wire from the starter will go on the right side of the solenoid. Lastly, there will be a place to mount another wire to the top of the solenoid housing. This wire will run to the push button start near the gear shift on transmission housing. After all these connection have been completed, then reattach wires to the battery, and the tractor should start. If the tractor has been stored a while, may want to drain gas and replace with new for best start, and also check all the fluids such as water, oil, and the trans/pto/and hydraulic lift fluids.

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Thanks for posting your question at FixYa.com

Pleae vote

thank you

a

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