Question about adjustment on ford Tractor.?
I have a 1976 English 3000 ford tractor. Need to know if there is a way to adjust the slip clutch on PTO?
I know there should be an adjustment but not sure where. I do not have a manual for this tractor.
Here’s 1 site to download a service manual for the 3000 http://www.eserviceinfo.com/downloadsm/20932/ford_3000.html
Use the search line ford 3000 series in google for others
can’t get ford (1950′s) tractor running.?
I’m Trying to get a 1950ish ford tractor started. It turns over with or without a battery charger. (It is a 6 volt reverse polarity system) I took out two spark plugs and sprayed “starting fluid” right into the cylinder with no luck. I’m guessing it is an ignition problem but not sure how to troubleshoot that.
It’s not really reverse polarity, it is a positive ground electrical system.
8N?, 2N?, 9N?, Fordson?, Jubilee?,
You can have either a magneto system, or a conventional ignition system.
A magneto generates its own spark through the use of a coil and impulse coupling. It works similar to a generatorbut with an internal coil and points arrangement. If this is what you have, it could be one of several problems, but all inside the “mag.”
If you have a conventional, battery system (magneto system may also have a battery/generator for the lighting system) you may have a problem with points/coil/timng/ignition wires/rotor/ and so on.
If you are not sure how to trobleshoot it, it’s best to let someone else do it.
Here is a site you can poke around, (also a discussion forum) where you can find parts as well as repair manuals for antique tractors. Just remember though, “Real” tractors are always International Red!
what type oil for ford tractor 1963 2000?
oil for gas 4 cylinder oil for transmission oil for rear end
When i first bought my tractor the dealer said i had to put 80W oil in the rear end ,, but now they say regular 10w-30w and the transmission is the same,,,but seeing as yours is a much older model i would use the heavier oils since you would be looking at more internal wear,,,
Tractor problem: 1940s era Ford N Tractor. Can you help me get it running, please?
I can’t seem to remember which knob or pedal does what, and can’t get my 1941 Ford N tractor running. I have a guy coming to work on it “one of these days” but thought I could get it figured out for myself before. It seems like such a simple thing; and I know it does run because I drove it last year. I just want to get it running again.
thanks so much.
Start with the Battery. Those were 6 volt system.DO NOT attempt to jump start or charge from a 12 volt system . The battery will explode. Determine the age of the battery. Should be marked under the battery post.Replacing it is the easiest. Take it out. It is located in front of steering wheel under the hood where you put gas in.Clean terminals or replace if too corroded.Do not get the corrosion on your clothes. Baking soda and water mix will clear corrosion. Next drain old gas from tank. Gas is bad when it stinks. You will know what I mean Remove fuel line from carburetor and drain into container. Dispose of old gas properly.With fresh gas and a new battery you should be good to go. Check the oil. Dipstick is on side of motor. Open radiator and check water, top of hood in front . To start motor. Always set in seat. Depress clutch, left inside pedal. Outside pedals are brakes. Right is right rear wheel , Left pedal is for left rear wheel.Make sure gearshift is in neutral. Turn on key. Starter button is between your legs in front of gearshift.push down and engine should turn over. Do not get off tractor while engine is running Ford made an 8N four speed Transmission and a 9N. Three speed Transmission. The gear positions have cast numbers on plate around the gearshift.The throttle is under the steering wheel on the right and you need to set it about 1/3 down from top. There is also a choke on the dash . Pull that out and it should start. Push choke in slowly as engine warms. Hope that helps.
How do you fix the AC in a Ford TW-10 tractor?
It depends on what is wrong with it to begin with because it could be one of many things or it could be something very simple……..
Start out by putting a set of gauges on the unit and check the pressures….
Vintage Ford tractor will only pop start ( tow in gear) but not form starter? Where do Look?
My father in law has 1958 ford 841 tractor. It will only start when towed in gear. We have replaced the plugs,plug wires,cap,rotor,batter(6v) and coil. It turns over great but will not fire. We have tested 6v on in and out of the coil. There is a very weak spark from the coil wire when we extract if from the distributor cap to let it arc to ground. There is practically no spark from the plugs or arcing a plug wire. Where do we look now?
Run a hot wire from + batt to+ coil and giver another try not sure of your ign sys on that beast but have seen some problems with the 2 wire solenoids on some of the old fords better to just hot your coil from ign switch anyway instead of that stupid 2nd wire on the sol, ford did some screwie things back then, Oh wait they still do!
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