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bigearly
Join Date: Mar 2011
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2011-03-05          177207


I have a TB 100 New holland Tractor Problem- When i go to start it the neutral lever has to be in neutral position to start but all it does is clicks in the starter, The battery checks out good i have replaced the starter with new, clean the connection at the ground on stater. If i take the battery charger and connectit to the battery it startes every time. I can run it all day, shut it off start it stop it start it stop it with no problem. Leave it for a while and wont start. Walk away come back later it might start and might not. Any ideas???????

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2011-03-06          177214


Sounds like it might be a bad battery or bad connections. Did you check it with a volt meter? Put a draw on it with the lights on and recheck it. ....

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2011-03-06          177215


How did you check the battery? Is it a non-sealed battery where you can use a hydrometer to check each cell? ....

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2011-03-06          177224


I took it to a auto store and they checked it, said it was ok. They used a meter to check it They did not check each cell. The Battery was bought new in 9-15-2010 I cleaned the connections real good. I was using it today used the charger on 40 amps and just barley turned key and started, Used it 2 hours parked in shed shut it off tryed 3 times and started. Tryed 4th time and just clicks in started. Turned key 5-6 times an then it started.Could it be key switch? NH mecanics have no idea. ....

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2011-03-06          177230


I have had starter solonoids not work in cold weather that had a slight amount of humidity in them. When it gets cold, the moisture inside collects and forms frost on the big copper bolts(contacts)because they are the first to get cold. You might have to click them 10 to 20 times to work through the frost. If your above freezing...no problem. If you solonoid clicks, but doesn't make contact across the contacts, try a small amount of heat on the two bolts. It seems that manufactures have this problem in batches.(humid days at the parts maker?)Most solonoids are sealed now so it's hard to dry out. As long as the starter is warm, there is no problem. When you let it sit over night where it is really cold, it won't start. ....

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2011-05-29          178672


we are having the same problem with our LB75B, talked to the salesman which is a friend of our a couple of days ago, and he said new holland has a problem with their ground cable to the starter. He told us to change the ground and cable to the battery. That it won't work just cleaning them. It is a problem with the actual cable.
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