lawn mowers


Question by  kayfos (1)

Can you help me troubleshoot my Dixon riding mower?

It started, then I killed the engine. Now it won't do anything. I changed out started switch and solenoid.


Answer by  carlady (182)

Some times the vibrations of the motor will mean that battery used for the starter comes undone, it is easy to fix tighten the electrodes.


Answer by  carryvan (148)

If the engine doesn't click, there's a pretty good chance you have a dead battery. Start by performing basic electricity conducting tests on the battery. If it is indeed okay, proceed to the spark plugs. Remember, faulty spark plugs prevent the engine from firing up properly, and with no spark, your lawnmower won't turn over.


Answer by  babyhueyk (96)

There is a fuse link between the switch and the solenoid check it. Check cables to the battery on the positive side and the ground side. Check the wiring to the starter. Check to see if the battery is fully charged.

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