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 02-03-2007, 10:23 Post: 139510
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My 7510 sits outside. Here in New England it has been warm and rainy for much of the winter, with cold weather for the past two weeks or so. Last night we had the first snowfall that can be plowed.

My tractor started just fine, but it stalls about every 5 seconds. If I let off the foot petal, I can catch it before it stalls completely.

My guess is that there is a loose or iced over connection on the seat kill siwtch but I can't figure out exatcly how it works. I dumped hot water on all the connections and pulled the tractor into the garage in the hope that when it warms up the problem will be solved -- but I don't know.

Any other suggetions? I know I need to build garage space for the tractor, but that won't happen until the summer...

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 02-03-2007, 10:42 Post: 139511
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Does that mean that it picked right up instantly to the throttle level that you had it set at or did it stumble?






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 02-03-2007, 11:09 Post: 139512
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It went right back to the throttle level it was set at. The throttle was set very slow.






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 02-03-2007, 11:14 Post: 139513
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I just started the tractor -- no problem. I put it in neutral and tried to engage the PTO -- it stalled almost immediately, even with the clutch depressed. Does this help?






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 02-03-2007, 11:16 Post: 139514
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I was just thinking that if the fuel was freezing or iceing up that it would run out and recover when the load was removed. I haven't seen any problems with the seat switches but we check them with a jumper wire from one side to the other to isolate them to see if they are working properly.






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 02-03-2007, 11:24 Post: 139515
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If the tractor just sits it seems to run just fine. Before I tried to move it I let it run for about 10 minutes -- and it had no trouble.






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 02-03-2007, 11:26 Post: 139516
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One other question -- is there a relatively easy way to temporarily override the seat switch -- just to see if that is in fact the problem?






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 02-03-2007, 12:32 Post: 139517
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Problem solved! I dried off all the connections I could find, pulled and cleaned the fuse, and the problem was fixed. I am assuming there was moisture or ice on some connection...

More reason than ever to build the tractor garage!






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just reread my last post.






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 02-03-2007, 13:51 Post: 139519
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Art:

What do you mean "check it with a jumper wire" -- I am guessing this is a way of finding out whether or not there is a complete circuit. Is there a simple way of explaining how the seat safety switch works? I understand electricity and the need for a complete circuit, but I can't see what completes the circuit when you sit on the seat. Also, why can you flip the seat up and run the PTO? I know it would be unsafe, but can you drive the tractor like this or is there some other safety switch that prevents the tractor from moving if there is not an operator on the seat?

There is no crises right now -- I am just trying to get a better sense of how this works so if there is a future problem I can diagnose it quicker.

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