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Turf Gator Starter

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fredb38
Join Date: Apr 2011
Posts: 18 Omega, Ga
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2015-07-26          193182


Having a problem with the starter. The battery is good and charged.
The solenoid will click but nothing happens. I tried jumping across the solenoid and it clicks but doesn't turn the starter.
To describe what I have is a belt drive starter that looks like an old type generator mounted on top of the engine.
Can I jump the starter without going through the solenoid. I see two heavy duty wires going to the starter. One black and one red. Will I mess something up by applying 12 volts direct to the starter. If it is OK that should tell me if it is the starter or not.
The Gator started, I dove it, shut it off and that was it. Starter would not work after that.


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PaulChristenson
Join Date: Dec 2007
Posts: 79 Vermont
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2015-07-27          193190


Battery has low voltage.

Loose or corroded battery connections.

Fusible link is melted.

Spark plug wire is loose or disconnected.

Faulty spark plug or coil.

Fuel shut-off valve turned off (if equipped).

No fuel or improper fuel.

Plugged fuel filter.

Defective starter solenoid.

Open-circuit in wiring. ....

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