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    Default Newholland 1320 question

    Hi guys I'm not really a tractor guy but I sure could use some help. I was told this is the place to get it.

    I borrowed my brothers tractor, was using it to push over some brush. I was trying to lift out a bush with the bucket when the tractor stalled and now it won't start. It acts like I hit a kill switch. Checked tyhe PTO and other switches / knobs and everything seems in place. Any idea's before I call out a mechanic?

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    Elite Member JC-jetro's Avatar
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    Default Re: Newholland 1320 question

    does the engine turn over?
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    Default Re: Newholland 1320 question

    No, Like I said it acts like a kill switch. The light in the dash comes on but no starter. It doesn't crank.

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    Default Re: Newholland 1320 question

    Check fuel level,then wiring to the shutoff solenoid,maybe a branch pulled the wiring off....I have had branches pull the starter triger wire off my 1910,the next time i go to start it,its dead,then i see the little wire off the starter..plug it back in and im good til next time.
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    Default Re: Newholland 1320 question

    Third times a charm, I crawled underneath for the third time determined to check every square inch. Found it! Sensor wire was disconnected. Plugged it back together and it fired right up.

    Thanks for the help. Now I can only retrurn the favor with what I know, retrievers, firefighting and some plumbing. Feel free to pm me.

    Thanks

    Jim

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    Default Re: Newholland 1320 question

    Glad you got it,the 20 series are great tractors,not much goes wrong with them.
    Cat 246 SS,Homemade 35T log splitter,2004 Ventrac 4231G various attachments...2005 Dixie chopper XXWD5000, 2001 Dixie Chopper XW2500-60

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    Default Re: Newholland 1320 question

    Quote Originally Posted by Blue Sky Retrievers View Post
    Third times a charm, I crawled underneath for the third time determined to check every square inch. Found it! Sensor wire was disconnected. Plugged it back together and it fired right up.

    Thanks for the help. Now I can only retrurn the favor with what I know, retrievers, firefighting and some plumbing. Feel free to pm me.

    Thanks

    Jim
    veri common on the 1320. it's just in the wrong spot. when i had mine i was so sick of crawling under it i tape the thing together. never happened again

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