Question about Briggs & Stratton Garden
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Re: Huskee MTD lawn tractor
Most tractor have an inline fuse coming off the relay (small box where the positive lead connects from the battery). If you have a multimeter or trouble light, check both sides of the wire that comes off this box to ground. With the switch on, you should have voltage to both sides of the wire. Voltage to only 1 side would indicate the inline fuse is bad. There may also be a fuse box. My craftsman uses both the inline and fuse box.
I tried getting the manual for your tractor but .... they want the serial number in addition to the model number. You can download the manual from here, but need the serial number when you go to get it.
Good luck, Jim
Posted on May 31, 2011
SOURCE: have a john deere sabre
Some mowers have a mowing reverse safety switch. That safety will kill the mower if you try to reverse with the deck engaged. Some mowers even have an override button that has to be held while backing up. As for the battery thing, no matter how much you charge a bad battery you will not get it to start a mower if it has a bad cell or two. I would use a multimeter to check battery voltage, but the end result would still be the same, replace the battery.
I hope this gets you going again.
Posted on Aug 07, 2011
There are a few things it could be. You need to do a check of the coil, safety switches and the ignition switch. You can check the starting solinoid (coil) by jumping from the hot terminal on the main contacts to the terminal that gets its power from the ignition switch (caution, do not go to the ground terminal if it is a four wire solinoid) . If it turns the engine, then you need to check the ignition switch. This is easier with an electrical multimeter. Remember to check the safeties. I have observed that the seat safety switch is the most common electrical component to fail.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 02, 2011
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