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The engine dies when I release brake on my John Deere x310

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SOURCE: engine dies when clutch brake released on husqvarna gth2548

First check the seat switch,make sure it is plugged in tightly, these plugs have a safety tab built into them that will cut the engine off if you unhook it,sometimes the plug latch pulls out slightly and this will cut the engine, There are two other switches in the system one on the foot clutch and on on the mower clutch, if you follow the white wire from you ignition switch it will lead you to both of them,check those connections also.

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SOURCE: John Deere 160 riding mower. When I try to engage

CK THE SEAT SWICH OR THE BRAKE SWICH ONE OFEM IS BAD

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Check and adjust your RIO switch{reverse implement option}near the trans if so equipped.What happens when you press forward pedal then engage blades?Would also check the lower bearing on your pto clutch to see if its seized up.

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SOURCE: John Deere L120. Engine dies when PTO switch is pulled.

sounds like the seat switch is bad

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Why does engine die when brake is released? on a john deere riding mower


is your engine revved up when engaging the blades or releasing the brake if so i would start with the fuel filter spark plug and make sure your fuel is no more then a couple months old after that the ethanol will separate from the gasoline and cause nightmares try running a bottle of B12 chemtool carb cleaner it has done wonders for me personally both cars and small equipment

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