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I'm not clear on what you are referring to. This is on a lawn tractor- correct? And there is a poor ground connection on the negative battery cable to the frame? Also, I'm not clear what you mean by " to make any noise". DO you mean to start the tractor? If this is the case- make sure the battery cables and the battery posts are clean- very clean. Clean the frame where the negative cable attaches, and clean the cable end. All connections need to be clean - no rust or corrosion. The negative cable can be attached to the frame at any point, so the cable can be moved by drilling a new hole in the frame, but usually this is not necessary if the original hole is cleaned of rust. If you need further help let me know.

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I would disconnect the positive lead terminal from the battery on the mower, then follow the positive lead to the starter solenoid. Check the connection there for security (is it clean and tight?). Then the connections on the starter... disconnect, clean and tighten them. remove the terminal from the negative battery pole, and remove the ground cable from the frame of the machine, clean the terminal and the point where the negative cable contacts the frame of the machine... do the same for each battery terminal and cable terminal. Connect the negative battery terminal last. Your problems should be solved.

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