Question about John Deere 22HP Hydrostatic 42" Riding Mower
John Deere 115 automatic will not start - just a clicking noise when I turn the key. I charged the battery and checked all the connections. ???? I do not have PTO but I did check the seat safety switch and it is connected.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The wiring harness under the engine shroud that feeds both coils has a diode on each of the wires that connects coils.The diodes keep each coil from grounding each other out so when one diode goes bad it will only run on the cylinder with the strongest coil.Order new harness from Deere,cost less than $30.
Posted on Dec 23, 2009
The PTO usually has a clutch that has to be engaged so that you can select the PTO rotation setting. I had a problem like that on my tractor and all it needed was a little adjustment on the PTO clutch lever, so it could disengage the PTO gearbox properly.
Posted on Mar 11, 2009
There's a lot of safety features on tractors. Your owners manual would be the best place to check. I'll throw out a common spring time start up issue: dead battery. If you didn't have it on a trickle charger over the winter, tractor batteries die in 2 or 3 years. If it has started recently, check for a blown fuse.
For safety features, make sure you're sitting in the seat, brake on, clutch fully depressed, and any attachments (blades) disengaged.
Posted on May 02, 2009
does it engage manually with a lever, or is it electronic with a push pull switch? if electronic, check the wire that goes to the electric clutch, it might have come off when unplugging it. do all this with the engine off
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
1) Battery condition and clean cable connections
2) Check the voltage & connections at the solenoid
*Is full battery voltage found at the solenoid?
3) Does the small wire that activates the solenoid from the ignition switch/safety switches have voltage when the key is in the start position
a) voltage yes, but it does not start; suspect solenoid
b) voltage no, inspect and check all safety switches for voltage to and from each switch
c) safety switches do NOT have voltage to them: inspect connections on ignition switch and check for voltage coming into the switch from the battery.
Posted on Nov 10, 2009
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