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Wheel Horse 416-8 (3116K804) wiring diagram

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03-15-2008 18:32:19

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I am not getting power to the starter solenoid so won't crank with key switch. starts fine if key is on and power is jumped directly to the terminal on the starter solenoid. Need to know if the other item in the shiny box is also a relay. Also need to know if the 5 red lights on the PC board behind the dash are connected to the circuit.

Any help appreciated. Thanks!

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03-17-2008 09:18:01

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 Re: Wheel Horse 416-8 (3116K804) wiring diagram in reply to T.R.K., 03-15-2008 18:32:19  
Ther are relays under the battery that get corroded. There is also a wiring harness plug that is between the engine and dash that may have bad connections in them. Check the black relay that is mounted under that battery tray. The fuses are also mounted below the battery. When I say under the battery tray I mean attached to the sheet metal that holds the battery, but they are visible without removing the battery. Who's bright idea it was to mount them where battery acid can get to them I will never know. I fought mine for several weeks when I got it before I could get it to run the starter. Can you hear a click when you turn the key ? if not then start at the relay and work backwards. Most of my fuse block was beyond repair and is now jerry rigged. I got a wiring diagram from the Toro site I don't recall if it was in the owners manual or a separate document. Also be sure it's not one of the saftey switches (Operator presence, PTO ,clutch

Does the test button on the dash work?

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03-16-2008 18:21:00

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 Re: Wheel Horse 416-8 (3116K804) wiring diagram in reply to T.R.K., 03-15-2008 18:32:19  
Sounds like the starter switch is the problem. You need to see if there's voltage on the terminal
on the switch that feeds the starter solenoid. If there's voltage there when you twist the key to start, the wire from the switch to the solenoid is broken or not making good contact at the switch or at the solenoid. Hal

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