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I have a lt66 and when I turn the key there is a buzzing noise and smoke from the positive terminal on battery and starter? Whats the problem

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SOURCE: 1987 john deere 750 compact tractor 4 wheel drive, wont start

percussive maintenance my friend. Try banging on the solenoid and starter with a hammer while in the start position. Also, if you have a voltmeter, you can see where voltage is getting to and that will help you as well.

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Hi..my name is Keith...to answer your question..there is no certain position to put the blades and there is enough clearance that they wont hit...but there is a proper torque on the nut when reinstalling the blade..and its usually like 100 foot pounds..i hope this has helped

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take a sharpy and outline it before removing

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SOURCE: I have a Deere LX188 mower, while mowing the

you need to check the seat switch first then have the park brake switch looked at.is there power to the starter relay?

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SOURCE: John Deere 318 won't start. Replaced starter/alternator.

I don't think it's electrical. The starter gear gets jammed against the teeth on the flywheel. Try tapping the edge of the gear with a drift of some kind then try starting again. It won't solve the problem long term, but it will save you spending time troubleshooting an electrical problme that doesn't exist.

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I have a John Deere LA135, I'm looking for a wiring diagram so I can bpass all of the safety switches to see if it will start then.


there is two things that shut down the engine through the safety switches, 1 is it grounds the coil wires so it quiets firing the spark plugs, they are small flat spades on each of the coils under the flywheel shroud, unplugging the key switch should overcome that . The second thing is there is a wire that fastens to the bottom of the carb that opens a solenoid to allow fuel to the main jet, unplug it and put a jumper wire from the positive battery terminal to the wire on the carb and this will open it so it can run. Now touch the two big battery cable nuts on the starter solenoid together with a screw driver or metal pliers handles to turn the engine over and when it starts stop touching the terminal on the starter solenoid. To kill the engine unplug the hot wire to the fuel solenoid from the + battery terminal. If you can read wiring diagrams you can do this. Like you I want to hear it run before I put much time into it,

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First make sure the negative battery cable is making good contact on the frame or what ever part of the mower it is connected to. Make sure both battery cables are clean and not corroded and are tight. Then try to start the mower. If it works, fine. If not then you will bypass the solenoid and see if the starter turns the engine. To bypass the solenoid take a car jumper cable and connect one clamp to the terminal on the solenoid that goes to the battery ( see the diagrams in the links above) Turn the ignition switch to the on position. Take the other end of the same color of the jumper cable (say you'll use the red clamps) and touch the clamp to the other large terminal on the solenoid, which goes to the starter. If the starter turns the engine, then you know the starter is good and that the solenoid is bad. If the starter does not turn the engine then the starter is bad. make sure you DO NOT touch the jumper cable to the starter case or any other ground.

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Try having someone turn the key to the start position while at the same time someone else taps on the starter with a hammer. If starter begins to crank the engine or makes weird noises or begins to smoke then you need a starter. If nothing happens, then using a test light or a volt meter check for power at the "S" terminal of the starter solinoid when the key is turned to the start position. The "S" terminal is the small terminal to the right of the terminal where the battery cable goes when viewed with the battery cable terminal at the 12 Oclock position. (usually a purple wire). Hope this helps.

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