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Spring start up new charged battery turn ignition no lights no activity to starter. hot cable to starter it works. is solenoid bad?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
A fully charged battery should read a minimum of 12.65, if it does not and connections and grounds are dirty then that's your problem. Start with a none fully charged battery.If you can bypass the solenoid and start it then the culprit is the solenoid. Good luck. donnyb60
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
SOURCE: cub cadet 1024 wont turn over
try taking an insulated screw driver and jumping across both terminals on the solenoid, if the engine turns over, the solenoid is bad and will need to be replaced
Posted on May 03, 2009
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There won't be any voltage going to the starter until the key is turned to 'start' with the brake locked down. And to check that, you need to disconnect the wire to the starter. I would first check the current going to the solenoid when the switch is turned to start by disconnecting the insulated wire going to the bottom of the solenoid and hooking a test light or voltmeter to it and turn key to start. Again the clutch/brake pedal has to be held/locked down. If there is power going to the solenoid but not to the starter, it's a bad solenoid. Hope I've explained this so you can understand. Dwain
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
Could be, but test each item with your tester. Test key switch (12V in and 12 V out when turned to start., operator present switch 12V in 12V out (seat) Clutch switch, etc. till finally you test for 12V on the small terminal on the starter solonoid. Happy testing!
Posted on Jul 19, 2010
I have a duetz-allis mower with 18hp. kohler eng. won't start, have new seloniod, new circuit breaker, getting fire to switch & out. Still won'tstart
Posted on Sep 23, 2011
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Most of time the reason for a chevy starter wont turn over stems from no power blown ignition fuse. Dead battery ,dirty battery cables, loose connection at the starter, bad starter solenoid or burnt starter motor.Start with easiest and cheapest things first.Check any fuses marked ignition,remove battery cables and clean with wire brush clean the battery post also. While the battery is unhooked charge and load test, check the connections at the starter. If the fuses are good and battery is ok. The cables are clean and connections are tight you will need to remove starter and solenoid and take them to be tested
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