Question about John Deere Seat For F710 F725 F735 Riding Mower
They aren't cheap that's for sure. Have you tried taking the part number and doing a google search? You may be amazed at some aftermarket prices. Do you have part number, I can check too.
Posted on Oct 26, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: My lawn tractor won't start
May be the coil is bad. have you checked the spark plug? If there is gas and spark then it will have to start.check the circuit breaker points. is there current in the cb points?
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
OK, lets back up. How are you testing for spark? Do you have an inline spark tester? If not, go get one from your local auto supply house ($10) and come back. You back?
On the ignition module, set the gap to the flywheel using the thickness of a clean business card. Make sure the module is on "right side" up...one side of the module should say "cylinder". Disconnect the kill wire from the spade connector on the module. Reassemble enough to spin the motor at least 250 rpms and check for spark with your inline spark tester. Spark? If no, then you either have a bad module (likely) or a bad flywheel (rare). If yes, reconnect the kill wire and retest. Spark? If no, trace the wire back to the switch. The switch will have a cable that activates the switch and connects to the upper handle. If the cable is binding or has stretched, it will not move the switch far enough to activate. If the cable is moving less than 1/2 inch, then it is damaged and must be replaced. If the switch is moving enough, trace the wire from the switch to the module and look for open/exposed spots in the wire that may be grounding out against the engine or frame.
Posted on Oct 13, 2010
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