Question about Mtd Garden
It is likely one of the safety switches is cutting off the spark. They are designed to turn off the mower should you fall off the seat, or try to mow is reverse, etc. These switches get dirty and quit working. They are located under the seat, on the clutch/brake pedal, on the PTO lever (blade engagement), and on the trans gear selector. The least expensive repair is just to replace all of the switches yourself. A local repair shop will typically charge $60 per hour to figure out which switch is bad and then another $40 to $50 to replace it. Expect $200+.
Posted on Aug 27, 2010
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You need to pull the spark plug out, connect the spark
plug wire and ground the plug to the motor and see if you have spark. If you
have spark (bright blue) then it is a fuel problem. A yellow spark is and indicator
of a coil issue.
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