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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Have you tried crossing the large post of the starter with the small terminal that has the engagement wire going to it[with the machine in neutral and the range lever in neutral if course].If this will make the tractor turn over then the problem is likely the neutral safety switch located under the panel that is covering the transmission just rear of the sticks.
Posted on Jan 08, 2010
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Check to ensure the PTO/Mower drive is not engaged.. and the parking brake is on..
Most mowers will not crank if these are not in the right position
Most riding lawn mowers also have a kill switch under the seat... check that for proper function as well. If this switch has failed... it would kill the power.
You can use a volt ohm meter to trace the power.. it sounds as if all the right parts have been put in place as far as the basic starting circut is concerned.. yet you have another two to three switches to check for proper function.. PTO / Brake and Seat...
Check to see if you have power to the ignition switch.. then trace back to the battery to check for power there.. if your battery has plenty of power(12.4 volts).. sounds as if it should.. you need to check each of these interupt switches between the battery and the ignition. They typically kill the power to the points/actual ignition.
There are other areas to check.. poor grounds.. and bad connections are typical. a bad ground from the battery to the frame for instance.. check cable and point of connection.
Best of luck
Posted on Mar 10, 2011
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There should be a switch in the clutch pedal area. Usually safety starts for tractors is that your clutch needs to be depressed to start engine and you need to be seated to turn blades. Good Luck....
Posted on Aug 31, 2011
You have a bad relay or pull in timer. You have the same M806808 fuel shut off solinoid as the 4000 series tractors. They use a timer/heater called a thermistor. This is common to your simptoms, I just dont see it for the 2305. Talk to your dealer, and ask him to look up a thermistor for your tractor.....Dont let him tell you have a fuel pump problem...Its a scam. Get back with me if they **** you around. The fuel shut off soleniod has three wires, you can check them for voltage. Just disconnect them and check voltage between the black and blue and the black and red. On the tractor side. You will have to crank the motor to start the timer circiut. after you start ( or just hit the key for 2 seconds) you should have voltage on the red ,during crank, and voltage on blue while the key is in the run position. If you do, the problem is in your soleniod. Remove it and do the same thing to confirm.
Posted on Dec 05, 2011
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