Question about Husqvarna Zero Turn Mower Z5426
Check and see if your getting battery voltage at the starter terminal when trying to start engine. This may take two people, one to sit on seat while turning the key to start and one to check to see if there is any voltage to starter when trying to crank. If there is battery voltage at the starter when being cranked, you have a bad starter. If you don't have voltage at starter when being cranked, check and see if there is a starter signal going to the starter solenoid. I'm not sure where it is exactly located on this peticular model but it is not that far from the battery. The main positive lead which is red in color goes to the starter solenoid first. Then there is another lead with the same thickness that goes to the starter from the starter solenoid. There should be a small wire between 14-16 gauge going to the starter from the ignition switch. Disconnect that small wire and check and see if your getting battery voltage when trying to crank engine. If you are getting battery voltage to the solenoid, the starter solenoid is bad. If your not getting battery voltage to the starter solenoid when cranking, check all safety switches that would cause the circuit to be interrupted, not allowing the starter solenoid to be energized. Hope this works out.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Usually if all you hear is a clicking noise, it is the solenoid itself that has gone bad...if you can jump the solenoid and the mower turns over, it is the solenoid.
Posted on May 03, 2009
SOURCE: Engine will not turn over
Those boxes are probably relays. Sounds as tho one of your safety switches is not working correctly. Make sure you have the machines brake on, blade off, and any other safety measures are applied, such as the operator is sitting in the seat. Check the wiring connections at all the connections where the safety features are installed. Probably just a connection that is not letting the system know that all systems are indeed applied.
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
have you checked the fuse? there is a 20amp yellow fuse under the hood just below the solenoid same side as the blade engagement switch.also be sure all your lock out switches are working or by passed.
Posted on Mar 18, 2011
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