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New Holland TL100A starting issue

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hogueisabella
Join Date: Jun 2020
Posts: 2 oklahoma
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2020-06-14          199361


I have a 2009 New Holland TL100A. I've never had any problems until now. I accidentally popped the clutch and killed the motor, now no fire anywhere. No dash lights, the starter does not engage, there is difficulty moving forward/ reverse shift lever. The gear shift works fine. I was wondering if anyone has any suggestions or has had any similar issues?

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Bonzoer
Join Date: Jun 2020
Posts: 5 Michigan U. P.
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2020-06-17          199372


I'm a newbie to this site, read your problem and have been mulling over a possible solution to the problem... I give no guarantee but, it's worth a shot.
I suggest that you might check and see IF your machine has a neutral safety switch incorporated in combo with the low range lever. IF it's so equipped, the safety switch trigger may have snapped when the clutch was dumped. The interlock system would not recognize being in neutral... thus preventing it from turning over, much less restarting. ....

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kthompson
Join Date: Oct 2005
Posts: 5217 South Carolina
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2020-06-17          199374


Bonzoer, interesting thought you have there. Would that also prevent the dash lights from working?

hog...When you say NO Fire anywhere...then I would begin at the battery itself and keep testing for power till I found where it ended. ....

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Bonzoer
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2020-06-18          199378


Kthompson makes a Very valid point on the battery being the first place to start. I occasionally get ahead of myself. Come to think about it I had to replace a battery which showed adequate voltage readings but, was very deficient when any substantive load was attached. A bad battery can give you erroneous readings and waste incredible amounts of both time/money.
On the flip side... I have run into safety interlock circuitry which was wired in series ultimately providing a path to ground. This meant there was no voltage readings at the individual components. In this particular situation, (to diagnose the problem), each component had to be unwired and their function had to be confirmed with an ohm meter. It's too late in my life to acquire more sophisticated diagnostic tools.
Precisely where you start can be very baffling especially w/o a wiring diagram. It's much easier (not necessarily faster) IF you have the tractor's wiring diagram accessable.
I'm old now. Kids in grade school know more about the modern electronics than I do. I am on this site primarily to read the discussions. I'm going back to just reading & learning how it should be done. ....

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