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Old 10-10-2007, 11:33 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Why is my New Holland TC 35 hard to start now that I changed the fuel filter?

I finally got around to changing my fuel filter in the tractor last week and now that I have, it's hard starting? It used to take about a half a crank and it started. Now it's let the glow plugs cycle and then a 10 second crank! It was bled after the filter was put in and the glass bowl is full? WTH?
BTW, the old filter was spotless....
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Re: Why is my New Holland TC 35 hard to start now that I changed the fuel filter?

Sounds like you have a checkvalve stuck open that is letting the line bleed back to the tank.
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Re: Why is my New Holland TC 35 hard to start now that I changed the fuel filter?

Last time that happened on my Kubota it was nothing more than air. I called the tech at my dealership and he walked me through getting it out, once it was out, bam, right back to starting before you can get your hand off the key. If you know how to bleed it do it several times and I believe it will get you fixed.
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Re: Why is my New Holland TC 35 hard to start now that I changed the fuel filter?

KingTUT is right on,
Air in fuel system. have had this problem many times with my old Bobcat SkidSteer.
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Re: Why is my New Holland TC 35 hard to start now that I changed the fuel filter?

Probably air. Undoubtedly, this has been posted/addressed on the tractor forum bible... Tractorbynet.com. Looke 'em up.
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Re: Why is my New Holland TC 35 hard to start now that I changed the fuel filter?

Hmm...

I've had "air = No Can Start problems" with my JD450, too....but SDJohn's problem sounds a bit different. He's writing that it takes him all that to get it started....but that it does start. If he had air in his lines, but is (eventually) does run, wouldn't the running of the engine cause all that air to pass through?
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Re: Why is my New Holland TC 35 hard to start now that I changed the fuel filter?

<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Alaska Ranger</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Hmm...

I've had "air = No Can Start problems" with my JD450, too....but SDJohn's problem sounds a bit different. He's writing that it takes him all that to get it started....but that it does start. If he had air in his lines, but is (eventually) does run, wouldn't the running of the engine cause all that air to pass through? </div></div>

Exactly, it didn't start off the bat till I did bleed the heck out of it the it's now hard starting. I've run this machine for about 4 hours since the filter change and it's still hard starting....
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Re: Why is my New Holland TC 35 hard to start now that I changed the fuel filter?

On some older tractors that I have messed with, I had to eventually bleed each line where it connects to the injector itself. (This was usually after it had run out of fuel)

Have someone crank it over while you crack the fitting open SLIGHTLY and watch for air coming out.
The air will EVENTUALLY work its way out on its own, but it may take a while.
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