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The key will not turn it over at all but if you jump it on the solenoid it will turn over but acts like it isnt getting any fire
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Do you have power to the switch? This is the only thing that jumps out at me, as you already did the right things.
Check that. I bet it'll get you going!
Regards, --W/D-- Feel free to rate my answer.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
Check your seat, drive safety switches. Can you turn the engine with jumper cables attached to the starter? It won't start, but should turn over, one of your safety switches is not working.
Posted on Apr 16, 2010
Check the battery terminal connections for cleanliness and that they are free of corrosion. If the contact is corroded, this is what the clicking would be from.
The battery could be charged, but if the connection is dirty, the power won't be able to engage the solenoid properly.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 24, 2010
SOURCE: Battery isnt getting charged by
Try to always list the model number. Something like 917289472 would be the model number. Here is a wiring diagram for that model. Note the test voltages with unit running. Check the wiring from the regulator to the ignition switch and from the switch to the battery. It is possible for the ignition switch to be bad and keep it from charging. Test at these terminals with voltage tester. You should have more than 12 V at the regulator( diagram says 9-16 volts). If you need the manual you can go to www.searspartsdirect.com and download diagram. Enter YOUR model number. Good luck!
Posted on Oct 20, 2010
SOURCE: John deere Z225 riding mower
measure with a valt meter and see what your voltage is at the battery . now measure what you have for volts at the soleoid. then check to see if you are getting 12 volts to the single peg on your soleoid, usually a whitwe wire. If your not getting voltage to this wire you probably have a safety switch problem. If you are getting voltage here check to make sure you are getting voltage at the starter motor. If your getting voltage there you may have a bad ground at the starter motor or the whole motor may need to be grounded to the frame.
Posted on Sep 12, 2011
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