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This one your gonna need a test light to see what the problem is (they sell em in autoparts stores for about 6 bucks) use probe from test light to probe connector that goes to pto clutch when symptom shows it self if not one of the two wires on plug produces a "light" then your gonna have to work backin wiring to see where it stops (oohhh ya do this key on engine off mower deck engauged) and somebody sittin in seat too (i use my dog Barney he's heavy enough to set seat switch off) and if ya get a good light on at least one of them wires then sorry your gonna have to replace pto clutch
Posted on Jun 05, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
First make sure you have the tools, metric that is. The deck must be removed and turned over. To do this you must put the deck in the lowest position. Using a 15mm socket pull the belt tension spring pulley forward to detach from clutch. Next remove retaining pins located at the five deck brackets. This will allow the arms to slide off and the deck can be dragged out from under the mower. Turn deck over. Use a 18 inch 2x4 to block blades while removing the two 15mm bolts. The bolt heads will need to be cleaned so the socket can seat on bolt head. I use my torque wrench to get more leverage and i can use it to reset blade bolts to 64 ft lbs. While blades are of it is a god time to thoroughly clean underside of deck.
Posted on May 25, 2009
Two things to consider....fire and fuel. Lets start with the simplest....check and replace the fuel filter, drop bowl off the bottom of carb to make sure float is working properly. If this dosen't work...your looking at a new coil. Some coils will go quickly where others are gradual. As they heat up...they will stop working until allowed to cool down again. www.nnyparts.com
Posted on May 30, 2010
They wear out. How old is the mower? Mine just gave out this week in the peak of hay season. (my grass) The wire can be unhooked from the PTO clutch and a 12 volt jumper can test it, if it jumps, it is good, if not, it is shorted out, they are expensive, I found 3 of them all the wrong size for mine. Try to find the same one. Ebay has a couple on there right now. Check it out.
Posted on Jun 10, 2010
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