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    Default TC 29 NEW HOLLAND . . . WONT START NEED HELP ASAP !!

    I GOT OFF MY TRACTOR AT MY FRONT DOOR STEPS TO LOAD TRASH IN IT AND WHEN I TRIED TO RESTART IT NOTHING NUT A SINGLE CLICK SOUND. I CHECKED THE FUSES AND THEY ARE GOOD. THE LIGHTS ALL WORK AND ARE BRIGHT. NOW I AM TRYING TO SEE IF ITS THE STARTER OR SAFETY SWITCHES. PLEASE HELP ME GET MY TRACTOR STARTED AND OUT FROM IN FRONT OF MY FRONT DOOR.

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    Set the brake, take it out of gear, make sure pto is disengaged and try it again

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    Default Re: TC 29 NEW HOLLAND . . . WONT START NEED HELP ASAP !!

    I JUST DID AND STILL NOTHING BUT A SINGLE VERY LOW CLICK. DO YOU KNOW WHERE I SHOULD LOOK TO CHECK IIT IS THE PTO OR CLUTCH SAFETY?

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    Default Re: TC 29 NEW HOLLAND . . . WONT START NEED HELP ASAP !!

    Good reading in the New Holland owning/operating section.
    http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/n...ont-start.html
    NH TC33D, Lorenz 5ft blower, KK 60" tiller, Kubota RTV900, Stihl 026, 029, 361, 460, Husqvarna 2100cd, 261, Speeco 25t splitter, Cub Cadet 982, Deere x744

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    Default Re: TC 29 NEW HOLLAND . . . WONT START NEED HELP ASAP !!

    I had the same problem with my tractor. Check fuse #2, I think, it is problably blown. It is the 10 amp red fuse. Mine was blown but you couldn't see it unless you looked very close in bright light. Try replacing it and you should be good to go.
    New Holland has had a lot of trouble with this fuse so you may want to go to NAPA and put a curcuit breaker in there instead of the fuse.

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    Default Re: TC 29 NEW HOLLAND . . . WONT START NEED HELP ASAP !!

    just went and rechecked my fuses, my number 2 fuse was a 7.5 and it looks like it could be blown and i am fixing to change it to a 10 and i will let you know.

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    Default Re: TC 29 NEW HOLLAND . . . WONT START NEED HELP ASAP !!

    Quote Originally Posted by connie1116 View Post
    just went and rechecked my fuses, my number 2 fuse was a 7.5 and it looks like it could be blown and i am fixing to change it to a 10 and i will let you know.
    How did you make out?
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    Default Re: TC 29 NEW HOLLAND . . . WONT START NEED HELP ASAP !!

    What is the best cure for the #2 fuse that keeps blowing. I didn't see the end result. I put a 15 amp in for the time being but wonder if that will end up causing more problems later

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    Default Re: TC 29 NEW HOLLAND . . . WONT START NEED HELP ASAP !!

    The fuse is sized at 7.5 to protect the circuit and items on the circuit. So putting in something larger will mean that something that is drawing too much current will not trip the fuse as quickly or at all.

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    Default Re: TC 29 NEW HOLLAND . . . WONT START NEED HELP ASAP !!

    Quote Originally Posted by ruffdog View Post
    Good reading in the New Holland owning/operating section.
    http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/n...ont-start.html
    This is great stuff in here. The last pages about doing the relay are really where it's at. Fixed all of my problems also. That thread should be included as a big sticker on the hood of the tractor. LOL

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