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 12-18-2004, 13:15 Post: 102483
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I tried to boost and charged the battery so I know its not that
I believe it s the safety cutoff for the tranny in gear!
When I turn it over all the lights stay on so there is no power going to the starter
How do I bypass the tranny in gear cutout
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 12-18-2004, 16:18 Post: 102486
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 Help TC 29 won t start

first make very sure it is out of gear. Turn the key to the run position. If you can access the starter, you can apply hot to the solenoid, just as turning the key would. The heavy wire to the starter is already hot. That will engage the starter and it should start right up provided the key is on and the fuel shutoff solenoid is opened up.






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 12-18-2004, 19:33 Post: 102495
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 Help TC 29 won t start

That is not a very good idea. There is a possibility of sever electrical component damage as a result of "jumping the solenoid"

First look behind and between the left rear tire toward the bottom of the trans. housing. There are a couple switches that thread into the housing. make sure none of the wires are torn.

Also how old is your tractor? Is your PTO indicator light on? You said it will crank over? Were you running it and shut it off then tried to start it again the same day or did you try the next day or later? Is the tractor in a heated building? Did you check for blown fuses?

I will try to work you through this you can private message me if you want.






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 12-19-2004, 21:22 Post: 102568
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It s a new tractor only 2 years old
It s been outside and let sit so I thought it was first the battery
I had problems getting it to start
It seemed at first that there was a load on it preventing the battery from turning it over then finally it fired up
The next day I was back to the same thing but it now seems that there is no load on the battery when starting
It does not even turn over and the panel lights don t dim during a start attempt so I m ruling out a battery problem
It has been sitting and it is cold and snow covered but I do keep it plugged in
I ll call the dealer tomorrow I need it to blow my 1200 foot lane
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 12-20-2004, 15:40 Post: 102615
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 Help TC 29 won t start

If the starter sounds like it really laboring it could be the starter--mine went out after 20 hours.

If you are getting no engine smoke when it cranks it could be the fuel cap vent is plugged--open the cap and listen for a sucking sound--suction not good (transfer pump can't overcome vacuum).Try to start. Clean or replace the cap.

On my TC33D there is a fuse block on the right hand side "firewall" with a flimsy rubber cover--it constantly gets moisture and dirt in there and the fuses corrode up (probably due to the battery fumes blowing by it from engine fan). Take the fuse out that controls the fuel circuit, clean the contacts and replace the fuse.






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