1988 Ford 2910
My tractor is in desperate need of some new wiring. The previous owner seemed to “rig” most of the wiring. Any ideas where I can find a diagram?
I’m having a problem finding a shop manual that includes the wiring diagram. Everyone I’ve found specifically states it doesn’t include it?Good Morning Wannabe,
I have an I&T shop manual for the Ford "10" series tractors (early 80's), which has a wiring diagram on the very last printed page. You might contact the seller of an I&T shop manual for a 2910 tractor to see if it has a wiring diagram in the rear. I&T shop manuals usually run $25-$30.
I’m really in need of a complete electrical diagram, I’ve found several wires taped together or some just clipped off and hanging loose. I want to clean up the entire system. Also one question, is there anything ELECTRICALLY that would keep the tractor from starting? I’m not seeing any fuel solenoid like you mentioned, but I’m having trouble getting it to start currently and I’ve been poking around the wiring a bit. Curious if it’s something I did.It might help if you explained a bit more about what part of the system you need diagrams for. If you're wondering about the circuits supplying the electric fuel shut off solenoid, they don't appear in any of the earlier books on 10 series tractors, and certainly not in 3600 - 4600 books.
Okay yeah I believe the fuel issue is the fuel pump, it’s currently being rebuilt. I just wanted to verify it wasn’t anything else I could have done. Honestly though, I would like to rewire the entire system or install a new harness so I can start with a clean slate (at least electrically). It’s a mess, none of my dash indicator lights work, I know at least two of them have no wiring to them at all.Again, that would depend on your tractor's particular system. If it has no fuel shut off solenoid, then nothing electrical would keep it from starting (other than the starter). A wiring diagram won't help with a fuel problem. Lights, gauges, charging/starting, that maybe, but not fuel. I probably have a book somewhere with those diagrams, but it's not something digital that would be internet friendly.