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I have 1995 toro ridding mower.i got it not working an the battery was not charging so i got a new battery an ones i hooked it up every thing work bu did not start an it just makes a clicking noise when i turn the key

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Test the battery with a volt/ohmn meter to ensure it reads at least 12-14 volts. Check all the safety switches located underneath the seat & the mower deck engage handle is disengaged. Check all battery wire connections are soldi, not corroded. Check wiring on starter solenoid from battery & to key switch.

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