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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: cub cadet dead as a door nail
I have the same mower. The wires do need to be connected. It is a safety feature on the cubs. The engine will not start if the electric PTO is engaged. I just went into the garage, pulled the pto lever out to engage, pushed down brake, tried to start and it would not start. I suggest reattatching the wires and trying it. Hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
Flywheel and ignition coil are located on the rear of this engine. Remove covers as needed to reach the ignition coil. There are two (2) High-Tension leads (to the spark plugs) and one (1) small-guage wire.
The smaller guage wire is the engine's "Kill Circuit" trigger-wire. Everything electrical that makes the engine stop running comes back to this wire. Unplug it and check for spark with a spark tester.
SEE NOTE BELOW
If no spark, replace the coil. Part number 30500-ZA0-701.
If good spark, continue your wiring checks, possibly the control relay part number 38350-762-003 located roughly in the left rear of the engine bay.
NOTE: DO NOT START the engine with this kill-wire unplugged! There will be no way to turn it off until it runs out of fuel! Remove the spark plugs and use a spark tester and above all, BE SAFE!
Hope this helps,
Posted on Oct 13, 2009
SOURCE: I have a LT 1024
There should be 3 safety switches on the mower. 1 will be under the seat, causing the engine to die if you were to fall off the machine while in gear. 1 is in the transmission to be sure the machine is in neutral when you go to start it, and one will be on the blades to insure they are not engaged when you go to start it. You will not want to bypass this switch, rather get it replaced as it is very important that this safety feature is working should you slip off the seat or accidentally get off the machine when it's in gear.
Posted on Feb 17, 2010
A medium length extension (stuck through the grill), a swivel and an impact is all you need to remove the pulley with the frozen bearing. It's just a bolt, a washer, and a lock washer holding it on. You just need to remove the pulley to see if the bearing is stuck. Take the pulley to your local shop that can press bearings and you can be up and running for $20 dollars instead of $300. Here's a diagram I found on partstree:
Posted on Apr 11, 2010
Usually the drive disc . Look under mower at rear, you will see a wheel with rubber ring on outside diameter. I think, it is four small bolts holding it on. Take off and replace, will usually solve problem.
Posted on Apr 25, 2010
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