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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the charging system runsfrom a stator which is underneath the flywheel and runs to a rectifier/regulator module and to the battery. it will power the blades if it is an electric clutch system and also the fuel plunger system on the carbuerator
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
Try putting a jumper wire on the wire going from the engine to the seat. Take that plug and put a wire from one side to the other. Be careful not to cut your feet off when engaging deck.
Posted on Mar 31, 2009
The flywheel black (negative) and red (positive) wires are the magneto output. Red goes to ignition to charge the battery, and also burn the headlights -- so the red will go to the headlight switch as well, maybe through the ignition.
There should be an in-line fuse on the charging/headlight wire coming from the magneto.
There should be a safety switch under the seat which energizes the fuel cutoff solenoid on the bottom of the carburetor.
There are also interlock switches on blade engage mechanism, and the brake pedal, These prevent engine from starting if brake is not applied or if blades are engaged -- these would control current to the ignition module.
This is not complete, but it'll give you some clues -- good luck -- it's a ton of work.
Posted on May 08, 2009
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