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No power to ignition switch Boomer 33 2015 model

Selbytdo


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2019-12-06          198874


I have a boomer 33 2015 model I can't get any power to come to the white and red wire to the switch any ideas anybody please please please!

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No power to ignition switch Boomer 33 2015 model

Selbytdo


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2019-12-06          198875


I did not specify that is the ignition switch ....

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No power to ignition switch Boomer 33 2015 model

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2019-12-06          198876


Same thing happened to mine when it was brand new. One of the glow plugs was shorted out which blows the fuse to the ignition switch. ....

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No power to ignition switch Boomer 33 2015 model

Selbytdo


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2019-12-06          198877


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Originally Posted by cutter | view 198876
Same thing happened to mine when it was brand new. One of the glow plugs was shorted out which blows the fuse to the ignition switch. ...



Okay I've looked in every fuse on the entire tractor that I can find and I'm not finding a fuse blown anywhere ....

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No power to ignition switch Boomer 33 2015 model

Selbytdo


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2019-12-06          198878


Could it be a glow plug relay that has gone bad causing this problem ....

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No power to ignition switch Boomer 33 2015 model

Selbytdo


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2019-12-06          198879


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Originally Posted by Selbytdo | view 198878
Could it be a glow plug relay that has gone bad causing this problem ...


I'll give that shot and let you no what happens I appreciate the advice. ....

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No power to ignition switch Boomer 33 2015 model

cutter

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2019-12-06          198881


All I can say is that I had a shorted glow plug and that took out a fuse located under the hood. If not that, start tracing power supply from ignition switch to the battery to see where you lose it. Good luck ....

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