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John Deere 650 traactor question

Alan My father has a 650 tractor with the 2-cyl yanmar diesel. I need to find out what the belt driven assembly is located on the starter side of the engine. Is this an impulse for the injector pump? It has an electrical connection on the back of it that shows no current with the engine turning over. The engine wont crank and I'm suspecting this is a signal for the solenoid in the injector pump to open.Hope someone knows,cause it will save me a lot of time taking stuff apart. Fuel clean,filter clean, no water in fuel. Somebody with a wiring diagram would really be appreciated if I could get a copy.

thanks
Alan

Dave Hi Alan, I have the same tractor. The assembly
you are talking about is the alternator. If your
engine won't crank you most likely have a dead
battery. Check your fuses, if all are ok replace the alternator. If your battery has gone completely flat you will need to replace that too. Hope this helps.

Dru I've just come into contact with a 650. It cranks, but will not turn over. It appears to have great compression and taking off the intake intake hose the glow plug can be seen to be glowing steady. Any recomendation as to a starting fluid? Just wanting to get a kick out of it to see if it is worth purchasing.

Thanks,
Dru

Brady Try bleeding the injectors.


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