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John deere srx 75 starting with key doesn't work why


if u wiggle the gear shift lever , holding key to start does it work ? if so then u need a new or adjustment neutral safety switch (also key does have running deere on it ?) as non factory keys don't work to well either
also this machine is listed on jd tech site as one that has been noted for an "starting improvement kit " part # - AM107421 jd has made it plain that they know it doenst start so well ,so they have released this kit to install that improves its starting

May 25, 2016 | John Deere Gx75 Rx75 Srx75 Sx75 130 9hp...

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What type of oil does it use? John Deere RX75


some use straight 30 some 5-30 others 10-30 jd has their own oil as well the following chart showes the type

May 12, 2016 | John Deere Gx75 Rx75 Srx75 Sx75 130 9hp...

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JD SRX75 - when push lever forward or back, tractor does not move..


check the lever on the rear of the tractor used to puch the unit when not running then check the belt

Mar 31, 2012 | John Deere Gx75 Rx75 Srx75 Sx75 130 9hp...

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I accidently put diesel in my John Deere riding lawn mower. How do I safely drain the tank. Or do I need to take the tank completely off? If so I need directions.


If you did not try to start it, you will need to siphon, pump or **** out the fuel tank. The last J.D. that I emptied the tank in I used a turkey baster to draw out the bad fuel. I guess you use what you got. Hopefully your fuel is pumped to the engine and the fuel line goes into the tank from the top. If so all you have to do is empty and replace with gas. If the fuel line drains the tank from the bottom and/or you tried to start it with diesel in it you will need to (after emptying the tank) remove the fuel line from the carb. and direct it to a container, remove the bowl nut of the carb. to drain carb. be ready to clean up a little spilt fuel catch if you can or have rags under and ready. Turn the ignition key for engine to turn over to operate the fuel pump and clear the line. Put a little gas in tank and flush fuel line by using fuel pump to clear. Change fuel filter and put everything back together. Remove and clean/replace spark plug. Test it. Inspect spark plug again if necessary.

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The gas tank 1904 jd 110 has shifted to one


You need to remove the tank and remove the fuel tank support and make or repair the old tank support ( this should be welded or brazed but I would weld it

Aug 20, 2009 | John Deere Garden

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How do I Install a fuel pump


Disconnect negative battery cable, then open gas cap to relieve fuel pressure. Then remove harness on fuel tank. Remove bolts to fuel filler tube. Remove gas lines. Remove support strap. Then with tranny jack and a helper, remove gas tank support bolts and lower tank.

Now on top of tank you will see the cap. You will need to use ONLY BRASS punch and hammer and knock the ring loose counter clockwise until it unscrews. Now sending unit and pump can be pulled out.

If this is not detailed enough for you. You can go to AUTOZONE.COM and register for free. It is a complete online repair manual for free on your entire vehicle and will also explain fuel pump removal and sometimes have diagrams.

Jul 10, 2009 | 2001 Pontiac Grand Am SE

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I have a cub cadet model 3 1042 it starts but


Hello

After the Engine Stalls, Check the Plug for Fire. If No Fire then the Ign Module/Coil is BAd and Requires Replacing.
>>The Following is a Basic Instruction File I made for this. Any Input is Appreciated. I Usually Suggest you Check the Following in this Order for a Problem like yours. 1- Check the Gas Tank Cap and Ensure it is Venting the Tank. A Vacuum Builds in the Tank and the Gas Flow Stops or Slows (15 to 45 Minutes and if the Small Grainular Sand is in the Tank it can Take Several Days of Constant Running to Bring All the Sand Particales to the Tank Outlet Port) to a Point it Shuts Off the Engine. 2- Operate the Equipment Until it Quits (15min to 1hr). Then Immediately Check for Fire from the Plug. If the Plug is Firing, then 3- Check the Carburetor Solenoid. If the Carburetor Shut Off Solenoid has Current, then Remove the Carburetor Solenoid and Go to the Hardware Store. Purchase a Bolt of the Same Diameter and Threads. It Needs to be 3/4" Long. Put this Bolt in Place of the Solenoid. If this Corrects the Engine Problem, then Replace the Solenoid. ***NOTE: THIS IS FOR CHECKING THE SOLENOID ONLY I NEVER SUGGEST YOU OPERATE THE ENGINE WITH THE SOLENOID OUT OF THE CARBURETOR EXCEPT FOR TESTING PURPOSES*** Sometimes the Plunger is Moving, Just Not Far Enough to Allow the Gas to Enter the Jets. 4- Depending on the Model Mower, it can Also be the Pickup Tube in the Gas Tank. If No Fire, then Remove the Shut Off Wire from the Coil and Check for Fire. If Still No Fire, then the Ign Module or Coil is Bad. **Even if the Coil is New of Fairly New, it can Still be Bad.** On JD Mowers; Remove the Igniter/Module and the Coil and have the Local JD Dealer Test them.
Please, Do Not Hesitate, If you Hit a Snag or this Does Not Correct the Problem, I am Here if You Require More Assistance.
Hope this Helps. Let me Know What Happens, Please. May the All Mighty Bless You and Yours. Be Safe and Be Happy. Thanks.

Good Luck

Respectfully

jbridger (John)

May 10, 2009 | Cub Cadet Street Sign- tractor lawn riding...

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Dies after 10-15 min of use


Hello barcomb31:

>>The Following is a Basic Instruction File I made for this. Any Input is Appreciated. I Usually Suggest you Check the Following in this Order for a Problem like yours. 1- Check the Gas Tank Cap and Ensure it is Venting the Tank. A Vacuum Builds in the Tank and the Gas Flow Stops or Slows (15 to 45 Minutes and if the Small Grainular Sand is in the Tank it can Take Several Days of Constant Running to Bring All the Sand Particales to the Tank Outlet Port) to a Point it Shuts Off the Engine. 2- Operate the Equipment Until it Quits (15min to 1hr). Then Immediately Check for Fire from the Plug. If the Plug is Firing, then 3- Check the Carburetor Solenoid. If the Carburetor Shut Off Solenoid has Current, then Remove the Carburetor Solenoid and Go to the Hardware Store. Purchase a Bolt of the Same Diameter and Threads. It Needs to be 3/4" Long. Put this Bolt in Place of the Solenoid. If this Corrects the Engine Problem, then Replace the Solenoid. ***NOTE: THIS IS FOR CHECKING THE SOLENOID ONLY I NEVER SUGGEST YOU OPERATE THE ENGINE WITH THE SOLENOID OUT OF THE CARBURETOR EXCEPT FOR TESTING PURPOSES*** Sometimes the Plunger is Moving, Just Not Far Enough to Allow the Gas to Enter the Jets. 4- Depending on the Model Mower, it can Also be the Pickup Tube in the Gas Tank. If No Fire, then Remove the Shut Off Wire from the Coil and Check for Fire. If Still No Fire, then the Ign Module or Coil is Bad. **Even if the Coil is New of Fairly New, it can Still be Bad.** On JD Mowers; Remove the Igniter/Module and the Coil and have the Local JD Dealer Test them.
Please, Do Not Hesitate, If I Missed Something or you Hit a Snag or this Does Not Correct the Problem, I am Here if You Require More Assistance.
Hope this Helps. Let me Know What Happens, Please. May the All Mighty Bless You and Yours. Be Safe and Be Happy. Thanks.

Good Luck

Respectfully

jbridger (John)

Apr 11, 2009 | John Deere 420,1020,2010,2020,2510,2520...

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