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I just ran into this problem recently myself. I traced every wire from front to back on my riding mower, looking for a wire that rubbed through to the frame. I recommend you do the same. Look for wear spots in wires to see if they rubbed through to short out. Sometimes problems like these can be an ignition switch. I ended up removing the engine shroud and flywheel and found the magnets on the inside of my flywheel came loose and grounded out against stator. I replaced stator and expoxied flywheel magnets back in place and mine runs well again. This was probably the worst electrical problem I have run in to. I hope this information helps you.
Posted on Oct 22, 2013
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