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HAYMAN
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2011-02-26          177046


GOOD BATTERY....TURN KEY, NO LIGHTS NO START.....JUICE TO STARTER...COULD IT BE A BAD RELAY ON FIREWALL?

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2011-03-01          177127


Don't know your tractor but how about safety switches for clutch or gear or pto does your tractor have those? Are you sure they are set properly (oh we all miss one some time or more often) or have you tried working each lever while holding key just in case one has moved? Also look for loose wire from safety switches.

As to your question on relay..no idea on the system on your tracot. Yanmar experts will jump in. ....

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2011-03-02          177130


(It's not a Yanmar. If it were a safety cutout, the lights should still work.) First I'd check the battery terminals and ground. Then I'd get a remote starter to help diagnose. That's two wires each ending with an alligator, one to battery pos, other to starter terminal, with a push-button in the middle, about $10. ....

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