Question about Parks Optical 13.5hp Briggs And Stratton Intek Lawn Mower Engine
The small black wire running to the coil (ignition module) is the kill wire. Any of the safety switches on the mower or the key switch can send ground to this switch and turn off the engine. Most commonly the cause is one of the safety switches. A repair shop usually charges 1 to 2 hours of diagnostic time to find the problem. It is actually less expensive to just replace all of the safety switches and the ignition switch than it is to figure out which one is failed. There will be a switch under the seat, one on the transmission for neutral, one on the PTO or deck engagement lever, and one on the brake/clutch. On most modern riding mowers, these switches are run in parellel with each other and only connect ground. Some will connect positive current also to the key switch.
Posted on Sep 13, 2010
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