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Cub Cadet 108

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05-24-2014 17:16:10

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I started at the ignition switch, tracing the problem with the non-starting CC 108. When I got to the first safety switch (PTO safety switch) I discovered my problem. I bypassed both safety switches by running a wire from the ignition switch direct to the solenoid. Problem solved!

I don"t have the use of the safety switches but at least I didn"t have to have an inline starter switch.

I would like to thank all the people that responded to my original post with the great suggestions. Again, thank you.


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05-24-2014 19:25:31

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 Re: Cub Cadet 108 in reply to jb9959, 05-24-2014 17:16:10  
There you go! Did you download the wire diagram? The saftey switches are there for a good reason but if you just have a tugger and no mower deck OK. If you have a mower deck then replace them! They do not cost that much! YOUR FOOT OR TOES DO! Glad you got back to us. Jeffcat

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05-25-2014 15:46:59

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 Re: Cub Cadet 108 in reply to jeffcat, 05-24-2014 19:25:31  
I got the diagram and started from the ignition switch. It didn't take long from there.

Thanks for your help.


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