In Reply to: Re: WTB: Early 9N-3702 Ignition On Lamp Assembly posted by Steve Dabrowski on September 28, 2018 at 17:41:14:
I don't need one, I have my original for my 9N all wired up on a new repop harness Jim Guarino (www.wiringharnesses.com) made for me a few years ago. I have not installed it yet as my 9N is still a work in progress. I'm helping Chris Eby with his early 9N restoration project and with this dash lamp now only needs a small 'A' generator and the VR. That name vaguely sounds familiar but when I plugged Lyndon Moss into the archive search criteria, it came up with 0 results. I couldn't get my assembly to come apart so I was spraying it with Liquid Wrench all day Friday and then yesterday it all slipped apart. The socket, p/n 9N-13711, is not listed anywhere. I have two of these NOS sockets stashed somewhere. One is still in the original FORD/NEW HOLLAND sealed plastic bag with label on it. The lamp 9N-13711 socket takes the B-13466 6V 3 C.P. bulb -same as the TAURUS and DUOLAMP taillights. It is industry standard p/n #63 today. There is no disc or spring in it. The red bezel is listed as p/n 9N-3701 and the whole ignition ON assembly is p/n 9N-3702.These are the only three parts listed in the MPCs. When Jim at Agri-Services made my harness, I had first looked to see if Carpenter had one but he did not make one for the early 9N with dash lamp. Note that there were two harnesses, the 'A' that was used with the first 4000 tractors using the 20/20 screw terminal ammeter. The "B" harness was identical except it was now for use with the Induction "LOOP" style ammeter. I was trying to determine the cutoff point when they deleted the dash lamp. John Smith says it was at s/n 12500. Don Barkley in his document of the wiring harnesses posted in HOW-TO's/ELECTRICAL says more like at s/n 35000. I'm trying to decipher why MPCs list wiring conduit for dash lamp up thru 1941. Details bug me, but always learning new stuff on these old N's so tossing up this bonus question today for 500 points...