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When engage pto notice that voltage on battery drain is that cause bad pto

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Can be if its coil is partially shorted. These usually 5-7 amps current-wise.

Disconnect the pto clutch wire connector at the pto clutch assembly. Using multimeter do a ohms test on the engagement coil. If it reads less than 1.5 ohms then it is partially shorted.

I have seen clutches to work even pulling up to 15 amps when partially shorted which more than most small engine alternators can produce.

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