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Re: Starter ?

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10-05-2013 14:33:31

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it's real scarry that you have to ask.. but ..

your starter is staying energized.

now. this toggle switch. is it powering the ignition coil and some aftermarket solenoid that starts the tractor? and is wired wrong?

are you still using the oem 3 terminal solenoid and push button on the trans for starting? if so.. make sur ethat lil wire is not touching ground... it will cause the starter to energize via the solenoid.

lastly. sometimes the solenoid hangs or welds the contacts.

get on her.. put in neutral. hook bat cable up. if starter spins, bang on solenoid, after checking wireing first. if poping the solenoid fixes it. you know it was hung / welded. if it does it again.. repalce it.

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10-05-2013 16:48:49

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 Re: Starter ? in reply to soundguy, 10-05-2013 14:33:31  
Soundguy, you ask (are you still using the oem 3 terminal solenoid and push button on the trans for starting?) yes everything is just as I bought it a few years ago. should I hook up the battery cables even tho it is trying to start? or can I bang on the solenoid while just sitting there. I mean tap on it.

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10-05-2013 16:58:11

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 Re: Starter ? in reply to gblj, 10-05-2013 16:48:49  

sure.. give it a rap before hooking the cable up.. double check for grounded 3rd wire first..

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