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Toro ground master starter not working, put new ing. fuses ok bat. is good

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You need a starter solenoid. install one and you'll be up and running.

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Ok I thing the wire near the starter is touching causing it to ground go or have the wires on to of the starter that there not touching if any wires r touching the engine block it will cause the fuse r relay to get hot n burn also do the same with wires around the alternator

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Shawn , You need local help with ascertaining the function of the starter solenoid. I get the impression you have something wrongly wired in this area. Different systems have the solenoid operating a different way. Some have the operating wire from the start button grounded through the solenoid body, others use a wire to ground the sol. I think you have some thing going to ground on start up which is, luckily for you, blowing the fuses rather than torching the engine.
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There is a starter relay. Have someone familiar with auto electrical diagnosis test for ignition switch trigger signal at the relay, as well as power to the relay. Shouldn't be too hard to solve.

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I would check all of the main battery grounds first thing to make sure one is not connected good or rotted out.To do this you will need a multimeter set to OHMS one probe to the neg bat terminal and the red one to the engine block the reading should be vary close to 0 meaning vary little restance between the bat and the true ground the block ih the reading is high the connection or wire is bad The next check if its not a ground wire and we are asumeing that bat is good starter and altenator are connected corectly because the vehicle will start . Dis connect the neg cable from the bat. set the miltimeter to 20 volts DC. put the red probe on the battery and the black on the engine block must be a good ground point if you read voltage then there is a short in the system because the posivite side of the bat should have no path back to groundfrom the neg side of the bat At this point you need to start looking for things that don't work correctly that are electrical . it could be anything a sensor a motor a blower fan a light . Dose it drain the bat if it sits for a couple of days with out running These things are never easy to track down You can try pulling fuses one at a time and retesting the last test to see if the short goes away. But you have to do this one at a time it give you an idea what system is effected .Look around the vehicle see what isn't working correctly and disconnect the power wire from it but do the easyest thing first don't ripe out the dashboard if you can unplug a connector that is going to the suspected part and hopefuly with a little comon sence you can find the problem most of the time it dosen't cost a lot to fix but if you take it to an auto electriction it will cost you thousands to diagnoss and most of these guys just start replaceing parts until it works GOOD LUCK WITH IT

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If you never used the starter,You need to have it checked, possible that it i froze up. Or brushes in starter arn't making contact. Also check connections. Good Luck

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I always start by unplugging lights, kill wire to coil electric clutch if it has one ,sometime its the fuel shut off solenoid on the bottom of carb if it has one.
You can keep trying until you find the thing that does not blow a fuse or use an ohm meter to read from pos cable to ground of tractor unhook ground wire to battery you will read short to ground thru coil kill wire,starter solenoid small wire on spade,fuel shut off
solenoid ,electric clutch ,rectifier (charging system )and large wire to starter thats why I unplug them .
I have seen more shorts from lights , fuel shut off solenoid , charging system. not ing coil not safety switches not even bad starters.
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