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3032 E JOHN DEERE TRACTOR WILL NOT STOP

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gonzalesm
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2022-09-12          201309


How to disengage a starter solinoid on my 3032 e john deere tractor wont turn off. Does this model tractor have a thermister?

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bosco2
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2022-09-14          201311


The list of things that could be causing the Solinod on the Starter motor to hold in are numerous. Could be something really simple, just reguiring removal and cleaning.

That said this is usually unproductive becuase it is so much work to get to it and reinstall it only to find youmissed the root cause, and need to guess again.

So most people just do remove and replace once you start to have issues with it. ....

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kthompson
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2022-09-17          201313


I may be misunderstanding your problem. I read it the starter solenoid is keeping the starter turning to crank the tractor when you let up on the key. If that is correct, I think it means one thing, a bad solenoid. Contacts in it are sticking. ....

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boatmoter
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2022-10-03          201349


remove the starter and give the flywheel teeth a visual . see if the edges of they teeth are sharp. as a retired automotive Electrician & starter & Alternator builder we used to have the same problem on some staters, mostly off road heavy equipment like dozers,loaders & semi tractors.when teeth sharp from wear the teeth will have hold of the starter drive and not release it which keeps the starter engaged. this will also cause the starter to run at engine RPM and it will sling all the armature leads out of the commutator, then the starter will be a total loss.if sharp,a file in between each tooth will cure the problem to remove any sharp edges. if the starter drive spins freely by hand,the drive should also be replaced ....

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boatmoter
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2022-10-03          201350


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Originally Posted by boatmoter | view 201349
remove the starter and give the flywheel teeth a visual . see if the edges of they teeth are sharp. as a retired automotive Electrician & starter & Alternator builder we used to have the same problem on some staters, mostly off road heavy equipment like dozers,loaders & semi tractors.when teeth sharp from wear the teeth will have hold of the starter drive and not release it which keeps the starter engaged. this will also cause the starter to run at engine RPM and it will sling all the armature leads out of the commutator, then the starter will be a total loss.if sharp,a file in between each tooth will cure the problem to remove any sharp edges. if the starter drive spins freely by hand,the drive should also be replaced
thats is if the starter drive spins easily by hand. and on road semi tractors ....

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