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Re: John Deere 318 B43G

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El Toro

02-15-2013 18:27:21

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I would disconnect the ground cable and clean all battery cable connections until shiny and at the starter. You can jumper the neutral switch to see if its the culprit. Hal

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02-15-2013 20:21:43

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 Re: John Deere 318 B43G in reply to El Toro, 02-15-2013 18:27:21  
will try that tomarrow and let you know if I get power to starter. thanks again

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El Toro

02-16-2013 14:10:55

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 Re: John Deere 318 B43G in reply to Dumps61, 02-15-2013 20:21:43  

Your problem could also be in the starter solenoid. Here's a wiring diagram that shows the
starter solenoid. Hal
PS: Some solenoids need to be grounded and may have a foot pedal that's used when cranking the engine to ground the solenoid. It's a safety add on so your tractor won't move.

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02-20-2013 07:21:25

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 Re: John Deere 318 B43G in reply to El Toro, 02-16-2013 14:10:55  
Dear El Toro

I am sorry that I haven't gotten back to you. I have been ill and wife won't let me in garage to repair. Will advise when I can. John Again thanks for your help

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