Question about Husqvarna Garden
If you jumping direct to the starter and it is starting then the is okay and there is another problem in the circuit.
Need the other numbers on the id tag to look-up the wiring for further diagnosis.
Posted on Oct 21, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Dead starter, I think!
it does sound as though your starter is dead , depending on the make/model of starter you might be able to get a replacement carbon brush pack which will save a lot of money , please post the starter /engine details
Posted on Oct 25, 2009
SOURCE: the mower will not start
hello can you hear a clicking noise this noise should come from the starter solinoid (A heavy duty switch with two big poles and one smaller one) it is common for these to burn out a quick test is to take 12v off the battery and put it on the little pole on the starter solinoid this should trigger the solinoid...
If this starts your tractor then there is a problem with the fuses or wiring before the solinoid
Posted on Jan 01, 2010
make sure all connections are CLEAN first. Especially if your battery wire has a plug and socket connect at some point. To test the starter make sure you can tell which leads are which ( - Black = negative or + Red = positive) Don't guess or assume. MAKE SURE. Then you can test the tractor starter with your car battery and a pair of jumper cables. But (Und this is a big but!) Make sure the tractor battery is 12Volts and not 6 volts!If it is 6 volt you can't test it with your car battery.
Posted on May 06, 2010
The frame of the tractor is the same thing that starter grounds to,so yes ,put the ground any where on the frame or engine block to test the starter.An easier way to test everything is to cross over the large posts on the solenoid with a screwdriver and if it turns then the starter is not the problem.Then you will need to put power from the post on the solenoid that has the battery positive connected to it ,to the post on the solenoid that should come live with the key,if it starts then then you likely need an ignition switch if not you need the solenoid.
Posted on May 31, 2010
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