Question about Yard Machines Garden
Ticking noise, will not turn over
Posted by Anonymous on
Low Voltage ,Bad battery,or bad electrical connection, most batteries only last two seasons !
Posted on Jan 29, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: riding mower will not start
Starter drive is stuck. Clean by spraying brake kleen on starter drive and blow drive with air. Might
have to remove starter to clean. Check for missing cogs on starter drive.
Posted on Apr 07, 2009
how old is your plug? try cleaning and regapping it or replacing it at any rate make sure it is gapped correctly also make sure there is no rust dust or debris is on flywheel or coil also the flywheel keyway does more than hold the flywheel in place it servs as a timing pin and sometimes the slightest wear on it can cause the machine to start hard but otherwise run great good luck hope you find the problem.
Posted on May 02, 2009
Your battery is dead. Replace it.
In the winter keep a smart trickle charger on the battery to prevent it from discharging. Lead/acid batteries lose 1% of their charge per day and are basically junk in 3 months. They have to be kept charged.
Posted on May 05, 2009
not a expert just trying to help,,sounds like the starter gear has gone out,, need to replace,, most of them have either pin to knock out,or a ring that has to be froced off .. hope this help
Posted on Feb 17, 2010
Take some sort of 12V tester and measure voltage on the small terminal on the starter to ground. You should get close to 12 V with key turned. If you see the 12 V, test the incoming large battery terminal. It should also be close to 12V. IF that's ok, check the large terminal on the starter. If you have 12V here, then check for bad ground connection. If any of these are not 12V remove cable and clean connection. How are you sure the battery is ok?
Posted on Jul 23, 2010
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