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John Deere 2520 Compact Tractor Won t Start

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chipvb
Join Date: Sep 2010
Posts: 2 North Louisiana
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2010-09-22          174136


My Compact 2520 won't start after running with no problems. I put it in neutral while running and it died as soon as I got off the seat. The pto is off and I had the battery checked. I even ran a jumper from the negtative battery post to the tractor frame to give it some extra ground. All I get is a click when I try to start. I jumpered the small wire on the syllenoid to the large post and get the same click as the key. The dealer thinks it is a bad starter, but the tractor is only 2.5 years old. Any ideas?

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John Deere 2520 Compact Tractor Won t Start

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kthompson
Join Date: Oct 2005
Posts: 5230 South Carolina
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2010-09-24          174161


You may have gotten it fixed by now but, it should be easy to pull the starter and having it stable hit the key and see if starter works. If you have an amp meter you could test for load on the starter while cranking it. If manual transmission you might try rocking the tractor to see if starter might be engaged and locked. If so this might break it loose. One other thought, be sure the starter is not loose. ....

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