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On cub cadet RZT 42 mower where do I connect the two ground wires to starter Solenoid

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If it is 3 pole they will attach to the body with the solenoid bolt. if it is a 4 pole it will attach to one of the small studs.

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SOURCE: my rzt 50 series cub cadet zero turn mower slows

The saftey wires wont cause it to slow down.Thats more of a fuel problem.Check the carb remove and clean the float chamber.Also check advance and ****** springs are still in good working order on carb.

Posted on Jul 06, 2009

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SOURCE: install belt on cub cadet mower

First, make sure you have the model number and serial number (located under the seat) and then go to www.cubcadet.com to get a belt diagram so you know which way the belt snakes through the pulleys.

You will have to remove the two pulley covers on either side of the deck.

Fit the belt around the right side of the deck pulleys when you are on the left. There is an arm attached to the springed pulley on the left side. It will have a hole the size of a 3/8" driver/ratchet. Set the ratchet on unscrew (to the left) and push the arm in toward the center of the mower. You will see the pulley moving too, creating enough slack to slip the belt over the edge of the rim of the pulley with a little elbow grease. If it is too tight, get someone to push in with the ratchet while you slip it on. Once again, you are the grass cutter king!

Posted on Jul 25, 2009

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SOURCE: The mower deck on our Cub Cadet RZT 50 mower stopped working

You can check the clutch by taking a wire from the ground and a wire from the positive side of the battery and energizing the clutch directly with the belt off to see if thats it. It could simply be a wire loose in the connection on the clutch....their soldered on.

Posted on May 31, 2010

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SOURCE: will not move

The transmission is shot. A common problem. Mine died after 3 years and 200 hours of use. Estimate to fix was almost $2000. I scapped it and bought a better mower. There was a rtransmission design defect in the RZT series.

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SOURCE: Cub Cadet LT1050-Replaced the solenoid, had starter checked out-it's good, battery has full charge, but mower won't start. Help!!

You need to check that there is a 12volt supply from the low tention wire at the solinoid when the key is turned, if there is not either the switch is bad, or the wire from the switch is bad, or the fuse has blown.

Posted on Mar 07, 2012

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