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I have what I belive to be a Massey 20i. It has a cold start problem - can anyone tell me where the heater plug is located, so I can check out the connections?
|Geoff Gane||Hi Mike..if your machine is built on a 200 series tractor the heater plug is found on the inlet manifold..there will be a plug screwed into the manifold with a fuel pipe and a wire attached to it ..if you or someone else turns the ignition key to the heat position you should feel the heater plug get hot..if not take it out and earth it against the manifold and try the same operation again ..provided you have the fuel pipe and the wire attached you should see the element get hot and smoke coming from it..if this doesnt work make sure that there is current coming to the plug..if there is then the heater plug will need replaced...feel free to come back for more help if you need it