Question about Oregon Scientific Electric PTO Clutch for Cub Cadet, MTD and Warner
When I pull the pto switch nothing happens the blades want engage.I replaced the pto switch but still nothing.I changed the battery still nothing.I checked the pto clutch and it does click.Does anyone have and idea what I might need to check next?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: PTO clutch will not engage.
first start by turning ign on,then switch on the pto switch to on. you should hear a click in the clutch. if not use a twelve volt test light,hook aligator end to a good groundand the needle end,,,touch to the pto switchharness to see if you have power to the pto switch. if you don"t, you have to go checkfurther to your power source,(battery) if you do have power there check to see if you have power at the plugin at the end of your wire harness, just at the beginning of where your cluch connects up. you can test you clutch by conneting a test wire from positive on your battery to one of the terminals on your clutch and the other terminal to ground . It willengage if it is good .using either wire is ok as all it will be doing is completing a circuit. hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
The first thing we need to to do is verify that there is adequate /(power 12 vdc) going to the electric clutch, you can do this by unplugging the clutch and check both wires 1 should have 12 volts and the other wire shoud read infinity to ground if this checks out replace the clutch, if you dont have 12vdc to the wire replace the relay
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
Yes it is. It is an electro-magnetic device that 'grabs' your blade pulley, that normally free wheels, to turn your blades when there's power to it. Dwain
Posted on May 24, 2009
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