Question about Oregon Scientific Electric PTO Clutch for Cub Cadet, MTD and Warner

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When I engage the PTO, the blades don't egage.

I can hear the it trying to egage but the blades or the belt don't move.

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The first thing we need to to do is verify that there is adequate /(power 12 vdc) going to the electric clutch, you can do this by unplugging the clutch and check both wires 1 should have 12 volts and the other wire shoud read infinity to ground if this checks out replace the clutch, if you dont have 12vdc to the wire replace the relay

Posted on Sep 07, 2009

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    Jim Clayton Apr 07, 2014

    When I pull the PTO, I hear a click

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