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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 10-04-2007, 12:23 AM Thread Starter
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New Holland is dead

Last time I put it away it was running and starting just fine. Now It will not turn over or even click.I'm pretty sure battery is good, I even tried jumping it but nothing. Lights are bright and the glow plugs cycle.

It's a New Holland TC33D.

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What year?model? I had a Ford 1920 same prob. It was the starter conection. Try that and a little wd40 in the ignition switch.

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thanks I'll give that a try.

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Since the lights work, I would check the connection from the battery to the starter lug. Probably corroded.
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I'll look at that.
One question comes to mind... I had been using the mower last time. Now, I checked the PTO lever and it is disengaged but where can I check that it really is?

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is it out of gear also???? :

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yep, wife asked that too.

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check to make sure the wires going to the pto switch under the tractor didn't get pulled out while you were mowing. I've seen that problem lots of time, the tractor will keep running just fine until you shut it off and try to restart if the wires are unhooked it thinks the pto is on. Also if the tractor has been sitting for awhile I've seen sometimes a rat may get under the dash area or hood and chew up wiring.
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. Also if the tractor has been sitting for awhile I've seen sometimes a rat may get under the dash area or hood and chew up wiring.
it doesn't sit for very long. and if I ever found a rat in there I would freak out. I HATE RATS.:sofa

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Did you check the relay, or on some tractors (not saying yours does) there are diodes that if they go bad can have the same thing happen or tractor will run but not move. Did you try a screw driver on the starter to jump it to see if the starter will turn, or here the solenoid click. Might be solenoid on the starter, or a relay. I am a cat mechanic but it is all the same principles.
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