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|Jerry Withers||My MF 20 keeps drawing down the battery and the battery cables get really hot when trying to start the Tractor. Has a new battery and starter. Does anyone have a wiring diagram they can fax or mail me, thanks.
|Geoff Gane||Jerry ...are all the earth leads ane connections good?...Thats the first place I would try now...try running a set of jump leads from the end of the starter or one of the starter mounting bolts to a good clean connection somewhere on the tractor frame and try that....hope that may help you...Best regards...Geoff
Thanks for the sugestion. I replanced both battery cables and cleaned the connections and got the tractor to start.
|TomMS||Does someone have a wiring diagram for a MF 20?
Or can you tell me where to get one?