Question about Cub Cadet Street Sign- tractor lawn riding mower parts
I was mowing the lawn and my mower just died. I looked at the fuse and the 20 amp was blown. I replaced the fuse twice and after 10 minutes it blew again. The tractor has 18 hours on it and is pretty much in pristine condition. How would I identify a short? I have removed and replaced the cutting deck. Could that effect the wiring in any way? Thanks!
If the problem occured after the deck work check everywhere you worked on the deck. You are lookining for a pinched wire. What is occuring is with the vibration of the mower running the pinched wire will rub and touch ground causing the fuse to blow and shut off the engine. Even if not concerning the deck that is what you have to look for. It can be time consuming but this is what you have to do. The short if not about the deck try checking the seat area this is a common area of problems with shorts in riding mowers.
Posted on Sep 28, 2009
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