Re: NAA Starting issues

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Posted by Tim Daley(MI) on July 20, 2020 at 06:25:58 [URL] [DELETE] :

In Reply to: NAA Starting issues posted by Dan J on July 19, 2020 at 12:20:50:

HiYa Dan. Where are you seeing a resistor in the circuit? There is no such thing on the NAA. A 6V battery does not mean it is wired correctly for the system, positive or negative. Get out your Essential Manuals and use the wiring diagrams to diagnose the wiring setup. Disconnect battery first and use a VOM set to continuity not a test light. Don't go by wire colors, don't assume. Take no shortcuts. BTW, it is much easier to jump start your tractor with your 12V car or truck, no need to pull it around the yard. You have to know the correct way to jump start it though, it matters.

FORD NAA, 600, 800 TRACTOR ELCTRICAL DIAGRAM:

FORD TRACTOR MODEL NAA OWNER’S MANUAL:

FORD TRACTOR 1939-1953 MASTER PARTS CATALOG:

FORD TRACTOR 1953-1959 MASTER PARTS CATALOG:


CLYMER/I&T FO-19 SHOP REPAIR MANUAL – FORD NAA ’53-’54:

FORD NAA, 600, & 800 ELECTRICAL w/TIMING:





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