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ignition problem

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Hefwannabe
Join Date: Oct 2008
Posts: 2 oklahoma
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2008-10-21          157426


tractor will not start. Does not seem to be getting 12vdc from ignition switch to solenoid. Cannot find a open fuse. Anyone know if this line is fused? If someone could send me a schematic I would appreciate it. Thanks.

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greg_g
Join Date: Jan 2004
Posts: 1816 Western Kentucky
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2008-10-21          157434


Probably no fuse, more likely the clutch pedal interlock switch. Look under the left floorboard

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auerbach
Join Date: Sep 2007
Posts: 2168 West of Toronto
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2008-10-22          157441


If it's not the safety switch (short it with a jumper to test), go over the starting-circuit wires and connectors. Meanwhile, to start, jump between the battery positive and the solenoid switch terminal.

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aosbill
Join Date: Mar 2004
Posts: 7 Massachusetts
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2008-12-18          158673


I just got done paying my dealer close to $650.00 to fix this. I had the same problem, turn key to any position and completely dead. Turns out it was the wiring harnesses on the right hand side of the tractor. Apparently what happens if you don't use the tractor enough is the pins inside the wiring harnesses on these tractors, gets corroded and then burns right off. My suggestion is to find out which harness/harnesses are bad and replace the wiring harnesses and put some dielectric grease on ALL connectors. It can also be as simple as the ignition switch. An ignition switch costs about $58.00. My tractor is over 5 years old and only has about 130 hours on it. This summer I am going to pull all connectors apart and put dielectric grease on all connections. Hopefully I won't have this problem again. ....

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