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here we go on the positive(red) lead on the battery there is an in-line fuse you can either follow it from the battery to the starter or from the starter to the battery. The other causes may be that the PTO is not fully disengaged, or the seat safety switch is not working( which you can bypass by taping them together). Hope This Helped Tim

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The link below for details of wiring. Assuming good connections at the battery and ground to frame. Your unit uses lots of 12v power for charging, lights and the electric clutch (must have good charging system to run this mower). There is a fuse between the amp meter and starter solenoid. If the fuse is open, the meter will not show charge or discharge. No start or even click would indicate that one of the safety cut-out switches is not engaging (seat, break/clutch etc.). Easy to test switches with meter (refer to wiring details at link below). The charging system is easy to test with meter. Once you get the engine running, test for 28volts ac (3600rpm) from two wires at the regulator (two wires from ac alterator under the flywheel of the engine). Then look for 12 to 14 volts dc at the output side of regulator. Good luck with repair

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Turn key get nothing jump starter and sylenoid just spins

i cant dope out that symptoms.

does it crank or not. be clear there.

no car starts (but my 6sp) if it dont crank.

on A/T cars cranking is a first thing. so does it.?

Solenoids do not spin, the stroke only , it a linear motion.

the Sol. moves the pinion and the main contactor switch only.

my guess is the Starter spins and the crank don\'t spin,

you hear the starter motor spin up, it sings. like bird.

that means the starter /solenoid are bad. (crude)

if the battery is good and or jumper starting off a running car.

It can just be a dirty starter pinion, clean it , repeat.

fixed many for this. i have.

battery cable lugs clean, and good. no green rust.

bad cable usually just make a loud THUNK sound. no spin.

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In the first place was the new starter tested before this was fitted. Secondly make sure before the new start was fitted that the STARTER SOLENOID WORKS, check the voltage and hear a healthy click.
Also make sure that the flywheel is not worn out and the starter pinion shoudl not JAM into the flywheel when the starter is engaged.
Once this is made sure then all what is needed is a good battery to make the starter do the rest.
Take time to test these points before the starter is fitted. Also the connections of the starter motor and the solenoid must be good. If the starter still fails to engage you might have to look carefully at the flywheel alignment.

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When i try to start the car it makes a click click clicking noise like the starter motor isnt engaging but also the battery is shorting/smoking?? any help?

It sounds like the starter is jammed and overloading the battery, causing the solenoid to drop out when the voltage falls too low due to the dead short on the battery. Remove the starter and check that the bendix in not jammed on a worn ring gear.

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I'm trying to remove my starter on my 2005 pontaic sunfire. I have removed three bolts and cant seem to get the starter to budge. i've searched as much as I can see but I cant seem to see why this is still...

If all of the mounting bolts are definitly removed, then you'll want to make sure the batt (-) cable is disconnected, then either use your belts/pulleys or a socket on the Crankshaft main bolt to carefully rotate the motor (same rotation as normal) & listen for any binding & this should make sure the teeth on the flywheel/starter ring have disengaged from the starter teeth. With todays cars, tight fit is the standard & if the solenoid is holding the bendix forward as if starting, this should help to release it or loosen the bind. Hopefully you don't have a flywheel problem. If after rotating the engine, you can't get it loose, tap the end of the starter just a hair at an angle to loosen & then again from the oppsite angle to free up the starter from the mounting area. It does have to come out fairly straight due to the mounting flange but hopefully the taps will free it up if it is stuck.

Never a bad idea to look at the new part, or one at a parts store that is identical to better understand the exact fit.

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Could it be that your battery is too weak to turn the starter,some batteries will drain after sitting awhile,even if it's fairly new,happen to me when I use to let my truck sit about a few weeks.But my other truck never did it,both batteries were fairly new.

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Ok, I am sure all terminals are ok as you have just changed the parts but is the battery charged? I have had many new batteries that are below and require a quick charge.

If ok and the correct amps check the starter relay, it could well be the clicking noise.. if the clicking is coming from the starter and the battery is ok then a common error on Toyota starters is to be supplied with the wrong one. I.e some have 9 teeth & some have 10 etc but use the same outer body. If fitted the starter jams and the solenoid just clicks.

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The spring on the starter motor helix is either stuck or broke, or the starter gear is jammed in the flywheel gear.

Take the cover off the starter motor and you can see the flywheel, starter gear, spring and helix shaft.

If its just stuck, free it up and spray some WD40 in there.

If the gear was jammed into the flywheel teeth then check for damage and wear. They are made from quite a soft metal and burrs can easily be filed and removed.

The "clunk" you are hearing is probably the starter solinoid. If you think its a more mechanical sound than that, it could be the starter taking up slack against a jammed gear.

If the engine runs file on a pull start, its unlikely to be a jammed gear/flywheel and more likely the spring is broke or the gear is stuck at the base of the helix.

If its none of those things and the clunk is the solinoid, then you will have to check to see if 12v is getting to the starter motor. If so, it might actually be the motor.

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Its a good idea to keep in working - very sensible.

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