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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The 'j' hook hooks over the transaxle and just hangs there. The spring attaches to the stabilizer rod (reference # 43) and the other end attaches to the "j' hook hanging on the left axle.
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
You can start by getting a manual here:
The above web site also has a "parts finder" that gives detailed drawings for each model.
If you look around under the mower, you should be able to find the hole, or bracket where the spring was hooked. (look for rub marks, or scratches)
If the spring just fell off for no apparent reason, it may have been connected to a bracket that broke off (rust, vibration, etc) It is usually easier to make a new bracket then to try finding a replacement.
Posted on Aug 14, 2009
Sounds like a defective solenoid. Locate the solenoid, using a heavy guage wire or one side of your jumper cables, or just opne of the clamps if you can open them far enough, jump cross the 2 main posts (the ones with the battery cable) and if it cranks like this, replace the solenoid
Posted on Sep 16, 2009
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