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  1. #31
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    Jan 2013
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    Location
    Edinboro, PA
    Tractor
    New Holland TC35DA

    Default Re: TC33D Glow Plug Timer

    I have a TC35DA and hve determined that the glow plug timer is faulty. My research found testing info that the timer can be temporarily and quickly bypassed with the harness connector removed by jumping the brown to the black wire in the harness with the ignition switch on. Bypassing too long can burn up the glow plugs but I confirmed this to be a good system check. My question involves trying a kubota part to replace this pricey timer. Prices on NGK timer S81NF are between $71 and $89.E bay parts search has a kubota NGK S81NL 12 volt timer for about $12! Tempted to try it as it has the same case and pin configuration. Has anyone else tried this? Could someone let me know how long their glow plugs stay lit with timer S81NF? (current New Holland Part #SBA385870301) Thanks, Randy

  2. #32
    Silver Member thclimer's Avatar
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    Sep 2002
    Posts
    182
    Location
    North East NY
    Tractor
    TC33D

    Default Re: TC33D Glow Plug Timer

    Take a look at post #20 on this link:

    http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/n...-idling-2.html

  3. #33
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    Mar 2013
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    Location
    lincoln, ca
    Tractor
    tc33

    Default Re: TC33D Glow Plug Timer

    I have an issue with my TC33 2003. Cold starting takes a lot of cranking.. the glow plug indicator timer seems to work.. but i suspect the glow plugs are not working. What should I do?

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