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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi and welcome to FixYa,
Initially, check for the presence or absence of spark at the plug(s). If none, check if there is a +12 on one terminal of the ignition coil and a pulsating ACV on the other. Additionally, verify that the neutral light is lit. Try starting with the clutch lever pulled in and/or the side stand folded up.
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Posted on May 28, 2009
Does anything else electrical work? The headlights in particular should come on. If nothing works, check the charge on the battery, then it's connections including the woven ground cable between the truck frame and engine. The solenoid should have the positive battery connection and a smaller wire connection to the input terminal. A smaller yet wire that goes to the small terminal, and a large cable from the output terminal to the starter motor terminal. Using a short piece of wire to short the small terminal of the solenoid to the large terminal that has the battery connection should cause the starter to run (the engine won't start because the key is off). Hope this helps get you running!
Posted on Jan 24, 2010
common causes for back firing, low fuel pressure, or restricted injectors, breakdown of secondary ignition coil, internal ignition coil arching, or a dead spot in throttle position sensor.
Posted on Jul 20, 2010
SOURCE: Have put in a new
Hi mogan749, jump from the battery to the starter and see if it cranks. I suspect a bad battery or bad connections, I would try this first. Hope this helps. If not please re post.
Posted on Dec 22, 2010
SOURCE: my plow will not go
Sounds like battery cable problems. The motor for the pump comes on anytime you pust a button and the pump makes pressure that goes thoegh a soliniod valve that you selected with the switch. The motor itself might be bad or the wire connected to it is'nt making, of course the salt and ther things plowed wreack havac witht he wire connections and get right into the motor. Useing a test light and a helper being careful if the plow were to move that you can get out of the way of it's motion. there's a power wire on the motor touch the test light to the connection and see if hitting the switch lights the light. This connection right at the motor is most likly and then ther connection at the battery. The control gets it's power from key on power but the motor gets it's power from the battery though the soliods relay. The power is getting to the motors connection you might knock on the motor with the power on. It's safer to do this with a jumper cable the motor should run if touched with a hot cable. remember be out of harms way as the plow can move and get you. Cleaning all the connections of the big battery cables will likly fix it if the motors good and the soioids are clicking and their wires are connected cleanly.
Posted on Jan 11, 2011
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