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Tractor was running great, plowing snow, when it just died out. Crank/no start. Checked power to solenoid,nothing. Ran a temporary hot wire to the white wire of solenoid and, with wife cranking it over, I touched power to red wire and she fired right up. Got it back to the shed. I have no schematic, but I'm thinking its a safety switch?
It is time to rebuild your carburetor paying special attention to the float and seat.
Gasket set is about $30 delivered and gallon can of gunk carb cleaner with a parts basket is $21 at kragen auto parts. takes about two to three hours. Or you can but a new carb for about $150.
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
Have you checked the inline fuse?. Also you could unplug the ignition switch and clean the terminals, particuarly the one with red wire in it. That the one that has constant power to it and tends to corrode over time. Hope that helps.
Posted on May 23, 2009
have you had a look at carb side of things as it may be having fuel starvation probs.. the fuel in line not getting through jets or float chamber cleanly.. also the tank might have contamination from rust or debris..
Posted on Aug 13, 2009
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