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 02-14-2003, 17:52 Post: 49261
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I finally got my 2000 tc45d today and ten minutes into getting familiar with it, it stalled and would not start.
I tried everything to get it started and it would not start.
I started pulling on the parking brake release lever and it started. It stalled several times again and the only way it would start was by pulling on that brake release way up. Is there a safety switch or something that would cause this? I would appreciate any help. Not the way to start off with a new purchase.
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 02-14-2003, 18:58 Post: 49263
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did you check the feul shutoff? it may be in the off position and running the motor out of feul.






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 02-14-2003, 19:57 Post: 49266
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yes, I checked the fuel shutoff and it was on and the filter looked clean.
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 02-14-2003, 22:05 Post: 49270
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 Help-TC45D problem with engine quiting

i have a tc40d the tractor must be in nuteral.park brake set and sitting in the seat for it to start.if you get off the seat without setting brake and in nuteral it will quit.wy are you pulling up on the brake release.to set brake push pedals down and hold while lifting on park brake lock handle. to release brake just push down on brake pedals lock will pop down by itself releasing brake.hope this helps.dealer should have run threw controls with you when thet delivered it






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 02-15-2003, 05:22 Post: 49285
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I seem to recall a discussion quite awhile ago that may have been about the same problem. If I remember, an owner replaced a safety switch on some model NH several times and thought the design wasn't adequate. There also may be some ability to adjust the switch.

The discussion might be in the archives but I can't remember if it was even on this board, and I don't have a clue what the subject header might be. Some help eh.






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 02-15-2003, 07:08 Post: 49288
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I am not getting off of the tractor, it is quiting while I am trying to drive it. I happened to notice that the only way it would start is if I pull up on the p brake lever. I checked the seat switch last night and it apears to be working properly but it was a little crooked.
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 02-15-2003, 22:07 Post: 49328
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 Help-TC45D problem with engine quiting

Ruger,
This may be the thread that Tom G remembers.
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 02-16-2003, 05:19 Post: 49329
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Thanks Bill! I don't know if your memory or your archive searching skills are better than mine.

I think that somewhere there is a longer discussion as well, but this one seems to provide some decent clues about the problem.






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 02-16-2003, 07:00 Post: 49335
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The rivets and steel checked out okay, so I looked into the seat switch again. I found that the plug end had been changed and there was two of the wires wore through the insulation and some broken strands that were just taped. I
jumped out the switch and put a half an hour on the tractor without any stalling. I think it's fixed, I need to reinstall everything properly now. Thanks for the help.
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