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Re: 116 john deere pto

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joe csuti

10-02-2013 17:53:37

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Disconnecting clutch coil has no effect on ign kill circuit as problem is upstream from coil.

First thing locate & disconnect ign kill lead at eng where eng/tractor wiring harness connect,crank eng & check for spark,if you have spark now then problem in ign sw,seat sw or nicked/chaffed wires in wiring harness shorting to sheetmetal/chassis on tractor.

If no spark with kill lead disconnected,if eng has an oil pressure sw/low oil cutoff disconnect sw ,crank eng again & check for spark,if you have spark now then problem in pressure sw/cut off sw or in lube system on eng,If eng has neither sw,then problem in ign system itself,depending on age/type# of eng the opposed twin used two different solid state ign systems if type# of eng above 0500,if below eng had point type ign in which case points,condenser or both bad,if eng has point type ign you might have to remove carb/intake manifold to get to same.If ign system itself the problem you'll need service/repair manual for eng to troubleshoot ign system,

IF you have spark & problem in safety sw's/tractor wiring,then do a google search for john deere 116+wiring diagram,click on link to,there is a wiring diag posted there,if you look at wiring diag you'll see the only thing that affects ign kill circuit(white wire)is a bad ign sw,seat sw bad/not being actuated by seat or damaged/shorted wires in wiring harness between dash/eng.

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10-02-2013 18:24:56

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 Re: 116 john deere pto in reply to joe csuti, 10-02-2013 17:53:37  
Thanks Joe will look at in the am.. thanks again

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