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2002 JD 4600 Cranks but wont start

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mjkrueger
Join Date: Apr 2007
Posts: 2 Maryland
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2007-04-28          141614


My JD 4600 - Model year 2002 Wont start but cranks. The tractor was working fine, then I replaced the engine coolant and now it wont start. The engine cranks, nothing coming from the exhuast pipe (smoke or fumes).

Im not sure what I may have done while changing the engine coolant (I dont think anything that would cause this problem).

I noticed recent post regarding the "thermistor" should I look there first?




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2002 JD 4600 Cranks but wont start

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jd110_1963
Join Date: Feb 2002
Posts: 87 westminster, md
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2007-04-28          141619


The thermistor is possible on this tractor also. It is located behind fuse panel the same as the 4200. I would be sure to check any wires you were working near while changing coolant to be sure something did not get knocked loose. ....

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2002 JD 4600 Cranks but wont start

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hardwood
Join Date: Dec 2002
Posts: 3583 iowa
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2007-04-29          141621


I'll echo JD110's comments that you likely pulled a wire connector loose that did'nt get fully reconnected, grab your volt meter and check the circuts. Best of luck. Frank. ....

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2002 JD 4600 Cranks but wont start

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kwschumm
Join Date: Feb 2003
Posts: 5764 NW Oregon
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2007-04-29          141627


I'm not sure how similar the 00 series is to the 10 series. On the 10 series you can hear the fuel solenoid click as you turn the key before cranking. Have you heard that click before and is it not clicking now? ....

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2002 JD 4600 Cranks but wont start

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mjkrueger
Join Date: Apr 2007
Posts: 2 Maryland
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2007-04-30          141665


Thanks for the responses.

There is a kill switch near the top of the radiator. Setting it back to its original position worked - duh

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2002 JD 4600 Cranks but wont start

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jd110_1963
Join Date: Feb 2002
Posts: 87 westminster, md
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2007-04-30          141678


Kill switch? I assume this is an add-on? I never saw a kill switch from the factory on a 4600. ....

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