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Battery fuse location toro lx468

No power at all ,battery good but when I turn key noting,not even a voltage display,is there a fuse

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On LX468 Model 13AP61RH848, S/N 18099H10231, the 20A fuse is right under the battery tray. Lift out the battery (under the seat), hold back a little tab, and pull out the tray with a pliers. You should be able to spot the little yellow fuse immediately.

This is totally inconsistent with the text in the Service Manual and Operator's manual which indicate in several places (with pictures even) that the fuse is right near the ignition switch module on the front side (inside) of the dash panel.

On the model and S/N I indicated, the fuse is under the battery.

Posted on May 13, 2014

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