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I have a Cub Cadet GT XT3. Possible Safety Switch issue: 1st, "Low oil" on LCD. 2nd, turned off motor. added oil but, now the engine doesn't turn over. Batt fine.

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Hi!~ your engine has probably seized this meaning low lubrication against coefficient to friction metal to metal begins galling which is like welding your moving parts together. You might try pouring engine oil in the cylinders over night and see if the engine van break free, but irreversible engine damage may have already happened. Jerold Bryant (ASE) master technician.

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