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Re the green wire has a circle fitting on the end, also it is by the solenoid below the set under the shifter cover,between your leggs when setting on tractor, mtd yard machine42 cut 22 hp,i sent in question the other day,bmcmullen33 sent answer but cant be the right one just short wire does it conect to the solenoid?on the right side or where, also the tractor dont do anything dont click or nothing turning the key

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  • alexhotdaddy Apr 22, 2010

    the mtd tractor wont do anything when you turn the key, has new solinoid, could it be the key switch or the starter

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Notice the diameter of that ring that will show you whitch stud it belongs to your solenoid will show pos and neg side green is gnd

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  • alexander mcdougall Apr 24, 2010

    alex #1 if you were to take a jumper from + side of bat to red wire leading to starter she should kick that way you just elemated the starter actually with key on some one sitting in the seat jump pos bat to red heavy cable leading to starter she should kick over when you go directly from bat to starter heavy red you bypass all of the safety switches what im trying to say is start out small dont start replaceing all these things till you make sure all the small stuf is elimited tou have about 4 type safety switches one being under your seat either by the rear of the seat or by the hinges you have safety switches on the brake pedal,gear switch,mower deck know you said you have a green wire with a round terminal look at the size of that terminal its designed to fit that size stud 3/8 1/4

    1/2 ya see the other thing is the length the sol usually takes about a 1/4 ring terminal look at the sol it will show you pos neg thats where it goes green =gnd now do your self a favor have someone sit on tractor use one side of jumper cable connect to pos of bat (tractor bat not car) touch the other side to heavy red wire going to starter she should crank and at least it will get you in the right direction ps there are so many safty switehes

  • alexander mcdougall Apr 24, 2010

    alex i just finished like a 5 papagraph comment to show you what to do this is the second time and i get kicked off look always start with the least expensive thing that green wire go 360 in all dir it should line up on your sol your sol should have stamps pos neg follow the flo of the harness check all safty switches seat,brake. shift nuteral safty switch dont spend a lot of money on starters,sol, take a piece of wire goto pos on bat to red heavy wire on starter shold kick over sit on seat should run then use reverse tactics to get to prob always check faulty saftet switches let me know wish i could give cell # i dont know if its legal

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