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9nford

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9N : electrical
« on: March 05, 2007, 01:46:14 PM »
Subject:   9N : electrical
Name:   Steve
Date Posted:   Feb 15, 06 - 2:18 PM
IP Address:   67.51.119.67
Email:   lightning_bytes@yahoo.com
Message:   My 9N won't start. New battery is in (my brother converted it previously a year ago from 6-Volt to 12-Volt). I might have reversed the +/- terminals accidently as it did spark. Did I fry the electrical system? I charged up battery three times but still nothing...won't turn over and start up. I noticed from another posting to the forum that you're supposed to change the starter button when you convert to 12-Volts. Is that correct? I "inherited" the tractor from my Dad and brother and am not mechanically inclined but need it to plow up my acre. Weeds out of control!! Help!! Thanks for your response.

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Re: 9N : electrical
« Reply #1 on: April 16, 2007, 06:00:15 AM »
Alternator diodes can blow when you reverse polarity. Have your alternator checked at a parts store.