Question about John Deere Garden
The battery light stays on
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you need to check the alternator with a volt meter set on a/c volts.the wires come out from under the top cover and go to the regulator,a small box with three wire terminals on it.it should be at above 20v running,if this is so and you have power to the center plug of the regulater,replace the regulator .if no power to center plug,repair the wire harness.if no power from alternator [white wires tested on ac ],replace the stator.
Posted on Aug 23, 2009
Locate voltage regulator above battery to the left as you sit on machine,its behind frame that supports steering wheel.Once you have found it use a light to shine on harness and follow the brown wire that leads into regulator.The plastic around that wire should not be burnt or showing any other color.The LX series machines had a problem with brown wire coming loose and causing the charging light to stay on.Remove plug from reg and use small screwdriver to clean out wire and work it a little so it makes good contact.
Posted on Nov 13, 2009
Remove fuel cap to see if there is alot of fuel spraying back into tank.I have replaced ALOT of fuel pump hoses that have split between pump and sender clamp inside of tank.Lack of fuel pressure creates a very lean condition with the injected models.
Posted on Nov 14, 2009
could be bad gas, but it sounds like a choke problem. did it sit over the winter with less than a half tank of gas in it. try putting some rubbing alcohol in the fuel or draining the tank and disconnecting the gas line so you can drain the gas out of the carb. also check the gap of the spark plug and make sure that is correct. when was the last time there was fresh oil put in. also check the air filter, it could be full of dirt.
Posted on Apr 18, 2010
Testimonial: "Thanks for the ideas. I will try your suggestions. Tractor used for snow blowing during the winter and gas did not stay in it long. Good ideas!"
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