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John deere lt133 will not charge battery runs for a bit then dies

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SOURCE: John Deer riding mower

http://www.deere.com/specsapp/CustomerSpecificationServlet?sbu=CCE&pciModel=L120%20GX&displayModelName=L120%20Lawn%20Tractor&tM=HO&pNbr=SKU20346

Here is a link to John Deere website for this model, it states that it has a 16 amp charging system. It also has the phone numbers listed for contact, and requesting the manuals for this mower.

Posted on Sep 20, 2008

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SOURCE: I have a lx 255 john deere wont start

You have a defective ignation coil. When the engine gets hot, the winding in the coil opens and the engine stops. After it cools down, it will again make contact and start again. If you don't know where the coil is, follow the wire from the spark plug. The spark plug wire is attached to the coil from the factory. It's easy to replace with a 1/4 inch socket set. Set the magnet to coil gap with a standard business card.

Posted on Jul 27, 2009

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SOURCE: The charging system on the mower will not charge the battery up

The first thing to check on this machine is your voltage regulator try bypassing the voltage regulator to see if the alternator starts charging, it would be better to check your charging system with a voltmeter so that you know what the exact input and output in the electrical system.

Posted on Sep 23, 2009

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SOURCE: John Deere Lawn Tractor LX176. Battery discharge

Locate voltage regulator above battery to the left as you sit on machine,its behind frame that supports steering wheel.Once you have found it use a light to shine on harness and follow the brown wire that leads into regulator.The plastic around that wire should not be burnt or showing any other color.The LX series machines had a problem with brown wire coming loose and causing the charging light to stay on.Remove plug from reg and use small screwdriver to clean out wire and work it a little so it makes good contact.

Posted on Nov 13, 2009

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SOURCE: where is the solenoid on john deere tractor model

Its just below the battery.We replace alot of solenoids on the LT series.Common problem.

Posted on Nov 14, 2009

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