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    Default Ford 4610 (c1987)

    I have just swapped my trusty and rusty 4600 for a 4610. I need to sort out various niggles (like a fuel gauge that doesn't work - you can't see down the filler like you could on the 4600 - and various lights that don't work). I have a couple of basic manuals for the 4600 and 4610 before 1984: but the 1987 4610 has some changes. Can anyone suggest where I can find a workshop manual online - or, particularly an electrical diagram for the 4610?

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    Default Re: Ford 4610 (c1987)

    Quote Originally Posted by northdevonfarmer View Post
    I have just swapped my trusty and rusty 4600 for a 4610. I need to sort out various niggles (like a fuel gauge that doesn't work - you can't see down the filler like you could on the 4600 - and various lights that don't work). I have a couple of basic manuals for the 4600 and 4610 before 1984: but the 1987 4610 has some changes. Can anyone suggest where I can find a workshop manual online - or, particularly an electrical diagram for the 4610?
    Try the New Holland website. They are part of Case-New Holland, the sucessor to Ford's tractor operations.

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    Default Re: Ford 4610 (c1987)

    Thanks, Jerry,

    I have just found a CD newly entered on ebay UK for 7.75 which sounds as though it has the workshop manual I need as a pdf. I have bought it and look forward to seeing it.

    Best wishes,

    Lawrence

    PS. Those cattle on your logo look like Devons?

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    Default Re: Ford 4610 (c1987)

    I have a 4610 also. One day my fuel gage quit working then the lights had issues. I found that a rodent had made a nest on top of the tank and behind the instrument panel. I gained access to that area and found wires that had been chewed and some chewed in two. I spliced everything back together and it has been working fine. I, now, check that area once in a while.

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    Default Re: Ford 4610 (c1987)

    Thanks,
    There is a current from the sender reaching the gauge but nothing through the gauge. I wouldn't be surprised to find some damge to the lighting and indicator wires though and I am waiting for an up to date wiring diagram before I spend more time investigating. Waiting for my workshop Manual cd; snow has stopped the postman coming down our farm track for two days now... (Hasn't stopped us driving out in a Peugeot 306 estate tho'!)

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