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Troybilt mower lowes 42 inch cut will not charge battery

Is there a wiring diagram for this mower

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96 twn & cntry 3.8, A/c quit. Fuse & relay good. jumper wire at relay, comp engaged. Cold air! Charge shows good with recharge hose from Auto Zone. A/c switch not turn system on.

Check the switch for continuity. It should be signaling the pcm to turn on the compressor. Also check the low pressure switch connector. You might try bypassing the low pressure switch with a paper clip in the connector. If that works, you could just leave it bypassed or replace it. Check the continuity of all three wires to the pcm. They can be seen in the upper half of the diagram below on pins 38, 42, and 64 of the pcm connector.


Aug 17, 2017 | Cars & Trucks


How to Wire On-Board Marine Battery Chargers

Battery chargers are wired into a boat's electrical system. Wiring the charger to a battery switch permits the charging of the individual batteries or battery banks. The switch can be configured to charge both batteries or battery banks at once. Mounting the charger in the vessel keeps the charger where it will do the most good--connected to the batteries. This is useful if you are stuck with low batteries and need a recharge. Power from a generator, shore power or even AC power from another vessel can be used to get you going again

Instructions Things You'll Need:
Battery charger
Battery switch
Battery cable (sized)
Cable cutters
Razor knife
Battery terminal lugs
Lug crimper
Terminal kit
Terminal crimper
Step 1

Mount the battery switch with the mounting kit provided by the manufacturer. The switch should be accessible but close to the battery or battery banks.
Step 2
Mount the battery charger in a location that will be accessible but protected from the elements. Mount the charger close to the battery switch to reduce the size of the charger leads.
Step 3
Connect the battery cables to the battery switch. Mount the battery cables onto their corresponding terminal studs on the battery switch.
Step 4
Lay out the battery positive cable from the charger to the switch and cut it to length with the cable cutters. Strip 3/4 inch of insulation from the cable ends with a razor knife. Splice the cable to the hot wire from the charger with a **** connector and the terminal crimper. Crimp a terminal lug onto the battery end of the cable with the lug crimper and a hammer. Connect the terminal lug at the battery switch positive output terminal.
Step 5
Lay out a battery cable from the charger to the battery negative terminal block. Cut the cable to length and strip 3/4 inch of insulation from the ends with a razor knife. Connect the battery negative cable to the charger negative power lead with a ****-splice and the terminal crimpers. Crimp a terminal lug onto the terminal block end of the cable with the lug crimper and a hammer. Connect the terminal lug at the battery negative terminal block post.

Tips & Warnings
Set the switch to "1," "2" or "both" to charge battery bank 1, bank 2 or both batteries at once.

on Jan 07, 2010 | Mercedes-Benz C230 Cars & Trucks

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Wiring pigtail input speed sensor on my 2000 sonata. The new plug came with three white wires but the wires from car are different colors. color wiring diagram ?

the connector is the same on both the old harness and the new pigtail. As long as you orientate the connectors the same way you just match up the wires. let me try to explain it this way. If you hold the old connector so the part that holds the connector to the sensor is facing up. Hold the new connector exactly the same way. cut the left wire on both and connect the new connector wire to the old wiring harness. Then cut the center wire and connect them. then cut the right wire and connect. No wiring diagram needed.

One thing I will add is to stagger the new connections. Meaning do nut cut them at the place. Cut one wire then cut the next about an inch or so further and then cut the next about an inch or so further than that. This will prevent the new connections from potentially shorting to each other and will keep the harness from becoming really bulky with all the but connectors in the same location.

Oct 02, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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Need 94 ******* camaro charging system diagran

From the positive (+) battery post, one RED wire connects to the BATT terminal of the alternator. The other RED wire connects to the battery junction block which contains a number of fusible links. The BLK wire connects to the B terminal of the starter solenoid.

From the negative (-) battery post, two BLK wires connect to ground.

You may be able to find a diagram in the automotive reference section of your local library.

Jan 26, 2014 | 1994 Chevrolet Camaro

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No brake lights/tail lights. replaced light switch. if the brake switch knob is pulled out slightly, they work but i loose the main headlights. checked all the fuses they are good

Low battery voltage (headlamp relay cuts out).Start the car,measure charge,let charge.Wiring shortcircuit must track the problem/wires.Hint:the brake switch trigger only with the keys on.If it continue to cut the light even with the keys out ceck wiring .Worning:shortcircuit can put a car on fire.

Oct 26, 2013 | 1994 Ford Ranger Supercab

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New starter and battery and alternator 2002 ford Taurus, car will not take a charge. Took the battery post off car cuts off. Tried 2 junk yard alternators and bought a one from Auto zone for 200 same...

Taking the battery off a running engine will cause voltage spikes that can easily damage electronic parts, computers and such. Should never do that on modern cars, Ashley.
There must be a maxi fuse or a fusible link or even an in line fuse between the alternator and battery, if it's not charging. To fix it yourself, you may have to get hold of a wiring diagram for the charging system.
You can register for free at, giving your make, model, year, and engine size. Quite a lot of repair information that is specific to your Taurus, including wiring diagrams. Look under the repair guides section, I believe wiring diagrams may be listed under "Chassis Electrical". Good luck.

Sep 08, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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1993 chevy caprice 5.7L not charging (some times)

You said some of the warning lights come on. Then you can get a free scan at Autozone, Advance, or Oreilys. If this is a 2004-2008 Ford truck, there were some issues with the charging circuit cutting out due to a low battery charge.

It sounds like the Ignition switch is cutting out. You can get full chassis wiring diagrams and fusebox layouts at after registering with the site for FREE. Look at your diagrams and pay attention to the Relays that are activated by the keyswitch.

The RPM increase is normal when the Alternator is completely free-wheeling. There can be a hotwire to the Alternator brushes which runs from the keyswitch to the Alternator. If this is cutting out, the Alternator can not charge.

Look at how the Temperature gauge receives its power. It is a clue to which Relay is bad or ground wire is loose. Especially if you still have a working fuel gauge.

The loading up with a discharging Battery is normal. Consider that all the electric controls work directly and proportionately off of the 13-14 Volt range when charging. Your fuel mix, timing, are all related to the Voltage feedback and what starts low, stays low corrupting those settings.

The diagrams will give you a better tool to work with if you cannot drive for a scan. Just view the chassis voltage as the Target. If you drop below the battery voltage when you test the chassis voltage there has to be a reason.

Feb 05, 2012 | 1993 Chevrolet Caprice

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Ford escort fuse box cover diagram

On a ford Escort there are only 2 fuse boxes, one is located on the driver side, under the instrument panel, and the other under the hood.



Oct 12, 2010 | 1999 Ford Escort

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Jeep grand cherokee v6 4.0 cranks but wont start has low voltage to all my senors

If you have verified low voltage using a scanner, keep in mind that some scanners will not differentiate no voltage from low voltage. Before testing, make sure the battery is fully charged and that all ground points are clean and secure. (in addition to the main battery cable to the block and fender, there are usually up to five more smaller wires on block and near the computer). Check all your fuses, especially those in the power distribution center.
To test further than that, you will need a good wiring diagram (chilton and haynes have diagrams but chilton seems to be more "readable" and accurate). First, follow test instructions in the manual and check each sensor. Then, use your multi-meter to check power at the computer harness plug, then follow the diagram and test wiring from the computer to the sensors, by disconnecting battery and using the ohm meter setting, checking for continuity from the computer harness plug to each sensor. (if you have a security system, find out how to re-set it before doing that) (Most commonly failed sensor is the crank sensor, followed by the cam sensor, so check both first) Most wiring problems happen at the connector ends either from a pin corroding (pin looks black) or where the wire joins to the pin.
Therefore, unless you see that a harness has burned or chafed through, normally you do not have to cut into taped areas. When working on a harness, it is often a good idea to use a notebook and write down the results, pin location and destination of each wire you check. That way, if an "odd" reading begins to show up in a shared wire, you can reference it to the diagram and get some idea of what is going on.
As you can see this is a bit complex....therefore I cannot give you a simple answer. If there, I'd need to do much the same as outlined above
In testing, you will invest some time, but will not be randomly replacing parts, hoping the problem will go away.

Jul 27, 2010 | 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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1995 Lincoln Mark VIII altenator wiring problem

solid black wires on automobiles are ground wires I would suggest attaching to somewhere with a good sure it doesnt have any color stripe on it...i'm assuming you still have one side of the wire leading somewhere

Jun 30, 2009 | 1995 Lincoln Mark VIII

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