Question about John Deere 3 And 5 Log Splitter Parts List Catalog Manual Book Pc-1670
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: john deere 135s won't start
There are four reasons for fouled spark plugs, 1, You have a resticted air flow ( dirty air filter, or partially engaged choke), so the mixture is rich all the time fouling tghe plugs. 2, You have a poor quality fuel ( old, stale ), and it wont combust/burn hot enough, then fouling the plugs. 3, You might have a piston ring failure causing engine oil to be left on the cylinder wall instead of being wiped back down, and then burning as part of the combustion process. Thus burning and causingg a rich condition again, and fouling the plugs. Then finally number 4, low engine compression. This is again caused by worn cylinder walls and worn piston rings, causing compressed air/fuel mixture to leak past the rings into the crankcase, and when the fuel/air mixture is compressed then ignited, some of the air needed to ignite the fuel has escaped, and thus a rich condition again, fouling the plugs.
Determining which of the Four are causing you fouling is your next step.
Hope this helps
Posted on Nov 13, 2010
remove the starter and see if the gear broke on the starter you can buy a new gear for about $10 but make sure you get the old parts out if your lucky the gear is just stuck from sitting
Posted on Apr 24, 2012
These Briggs has two diode in the coil ground leads.
Here is few things that can cause this problem.
Start testing by first disconnecting both coil packs ground wires. If the engine now starts and runs you at least the coil packs are okay. If doesn't then both coil packs are bad. In this case don't reconnect until you can verify that 12v isn't being applied momentarily when operating the ignition switch. Proceed to step if the engine now starts.
Then reconnect the ground wires and disconnect the engine that feeds the coil packs and the fuel shut shut off solenoid and retest.
If the engine starts and runs. Then reconnect the harness to shut the engine down. This would mean that there either a bad ignition switch or a short in the wiring on the mower side and not in the engine side.
If it doesn't start start now after starting previously replace the diodes in the wiring harness paying attention to proper orientation of the diodes or replace the harness.
Posted on Jan 05, 2015
A wiring diagram is something you would have to request directly from John Deere.
Posted on Aug 13, 2016
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