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9N,2N,8N, Ford Tractors / Re: 9n wiring harness
« on: February 25, 2010, 09:07:39 AM »
The main wiring harness is easy to install. It comes all assembled, and from then its simply removing the old wires and replacing it with the appropriate wire from the harness. The entire main wire harness should be physically secured first to teh tractor, and then the connections can be done last.

The 8N wire harness is not the same as the 9N. The 9N and the 2N wire harness are the same, however.
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9N,2N,8N, Ford Tractors / Re: Value of 9N Serial #500?
« on: January 03, 2010, 02:48:07 PM »
Assuming the tractor has not been sold by now, I would suggest that the ad be placed on

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I haven't worked on the 9N, but I have attached the parts diagram. Hope it helps.

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Marlon Khan

9N,2N,8N, Ford Tractors / Re: 9N/2N Backfires
« on: December 20, 2009, 02:35:48 AM »
I would suggest that that little filter under the gas tank be changed so as to eliminate that as a problem, and then continuing onto the other problems.

I had an experience twice where the engine would buck, almost cut off, and then stutter back on. In both instances the fuel filter was severely clogged. On changing the filter both engines roared back to life, and the machines were back to normal. Those little filters can drop an engine

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9N,2N,8N, Ford Tractors / Re: 2N weird compression
« on: December 20, 2009, 02:24:53 AM »
Lots of tractors like these have had their engines and cylinder heads rebuilt back to original specifications, and are working just fine.


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General Discussion / Re: Power loss
« on: December 20, 2009, 02:13:22 AM »
It seems like you have several problems. The oil in water has been addressed by Pete. The "heavily soiled" plugs-I'm assuming that you mean oil? With these old tractors, it can be worn areas around the plugs, or plug gaskets that needs to be replaced, permitting oil to seep through, or it can be due to oil from the inside, due to worn liners and rings.

The plug gaskets can be easily replaced, or if the areas surrounding the plugs are damaged, then an insert has to be inputted by a machine shop.

Head gasket is $8.07 Ford 9N Head Gasket. The complete gasket set, or engine parts are also available.


General Discussion / Re: serial number
« on: December 14, 2009, 05:00:22 PM »
The 2N, 8N and the 9N are very very similiar. To identify which tractor you have will have without a tag or serail number will have to depend on several small differences between the three tractors.

To begin with, the 2N and the 9N has a three (3) speed transmission. The 8N has a four speed transmission. Which do you have?

If its the 4 speed, then its the 8N. If not, then its either the 2N or the 9N.

I have just persused the parts diagrams for both the 2N and the 9N, and I cannot immediately see any other differences.

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