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|Frank Cox|| My name is Frank Cox and I have what I think is a TO35 - serial# 84543 on the dash plate. It was bought new by my grandfather and everything on it now looks very old. Last spring it would start on it's own but since the weather has been cold I've had to jump it. It would always start very easily when I jumped it but now it won't start at all. When I try to jump it the engine will crank but it just won't fire. I've replaced the spark plugs, the spark plug wires and distributor-coil wire, the distributor cap, the rotor, and the condenser under the distributor cap. The tractor still won't start. I think I need to replace the coil but am hoping to solve the problem before I buy anything else. I'm not an experienced mechanic but I'm comfortable under the hood. Can someone please email me a good wiring diagram/electrical schematic or have any suggestions? HELP ME!!!
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|Frank Cox||TO-35 4cyl. gas 6volt neg. ground - serial# 84543
|Fred T. Hart Jr.||I have a 1957, TO-35, with a 12 volt electrical system.
I would insure you have spark to plugs. I use a hot plug, Champion D-21