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 06-09-2004, 17:16 Post: 88178
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I have a 2002 TC 33D that just recently started blowing a fuse. It's a 10 amp fuse in the fuse panel, second from the bottom. According to the manual, it's for the turn signals but it's obviously for more than that. The first time it happened was a few days ago.
I checked the panel, found the blown fuse and replaced it. All was well until I tried to start it again today. Blew another fuse, along with two more. I put a 15 amp fuse in the slot because I wanted to move the tractor. (I know I'll take some heat for that) When I tried to start it, it seemed like the starter wanted to turn over but wouldn't (It didn't blow the fuse). I turned the key several times and then the starter kicked in and it stared right up. I contacted my dealer who is going to order me another ignition switch. I told them I had read about a problem with the switches and that there was supposed to be a Serviced Bulletin out on them. I'm hoping the ignition switch will be the remedy and that it isn't the starter. It's like I said on here before; I know just enough to get me into trouble. I've read on here about problems with the seat switch and ignition switch. The seat switch seems OK. Any other ideas? I'll let you know if the new ignition switch works as soon as they get it in and I get it installed.






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 06-09-2004, 19:02 Post: 88186
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I also installed a 15 amp fuse,because of the same type problem ,,this was a year ago,,all seems well!






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 06-09-2004, 19:10 Post: 88188
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I'd still like to know why after 2 years (next month) this is starting to happen. I want to cover all the bases with my dealer before the warranty is up.






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 06-12-2004, 20:13 Post: 88380
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If anyone is interested my dealer got me a new ignition switch today. I put it in but it's still blowing the fuse.
I'll talk to the service manager on Monday but at this time I personally think it has something to do with the starter.






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 06-12-2004, 20:54 Post: 88382
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I work for a nh dealer and there is a problem with them blowing the fuse that we can not seem to put our finger on. You can go to your auto parts store and ask them for a circuit breaker to replace the fuse. That is what we do and what nh recommends. The breaker plugs right in in place of the fuse.






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 06-13-2004, 09:10 Post: 88403
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Thanks Oneace. I could be wrong, and probably am, but I really think that in my own case the starter may have something to do with it. With the 15 amp fuse in place of the 10 amp, you'd have to hear the starter turn over, or attempt to, to know what I'm talking about. There have been times where it just made a >spinning< noise before the starter caught. I'll find out tomorrow what my dealer intends to do about it. Working for New Holland I always look forward to your input, as well as a few others, on here. Thanks again.






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 06-13-2004, 18:04 Post: 88419
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Yes in that case it dose sound like you have two problems with your starter. One is it sounds like the solenoid is sticking the second sounds like the Bendix is bad. that is what makes the gear push out and engage the fly wheel. Have you been having allot of damp weather lately?






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 06-13-2004, 18:25 Post: 88422
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"Have you been having allot of damp weather lately?"

The mechanic at my dealership asked me the other day if it's been out in the rain? (Same type question) It's garage kept. We've had some wet weather but nothing unusual.
I just went out a while ago to see how it would start and it started but it was a bit sluggish turning over. I'm surprised by all of this because it always started right up without any problem.






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It dose not have to be in direct contact with rain. High humidity plays havoc on some starters. They get a little bit of rust inside and they quit working right. Especially if you do not use it often. Here is an example. If you car sits for a few days and it is humid look at your brake rotors. They will have rust starting to form on them this can even happen over night if the conditions are right. The same thing happens to starter and clutches. That is why it is recommended to lock your clutch disengaged if it is going to be idol for a while. Unfortunately there is nothing you can do about the starter.






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 06-15-2004, 12:57 Post: 88593
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The dealer picked up my tractor today and brought it back 2 hours later. It was the battery making the fuse blow. They said they didn't know how it started the battery was so bad. Now I learned that a low battery can blow fuses. Luckily, everything is still under warranty.






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