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Ok got the screws for the butterfly. Reassembled everything and now it won't start. I assume it must be something to do with the safety switch in the deck arm. Can I cut and spice those wires together? It has been touchy all along and I'm tired of messing with it. Are there other safetys? Does the hood have to be on? The rear PTO arm is in the center position. All the wires are in the corect locations and clean.
 

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animalsonly said:
Ok got the screws for the butterfly. Reassembled everything and now it won't start. I assume it must be something to do with the safety switch in the deck arm. Can I cut and spice those wires together? It has been touchy all along and I'm tired of messing with it. Are there other safetys? Does the hood have to be on? The rear PTO arm is in the center position. All the wires are in the corect locations and clean.
:headscratcher: :headscratcher: :headscratcher:

Post the Model and serial number is where I would start :thumbsup:

Will it turn the engine :headscratcher:
 

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mikebramel said:
Battery + to coil +

To start

tap Battery + to starter solenoid small post
:headscratcher: I believe you should have two small terminals.

The solenoid will not work unless it is Grounded :trink:

Running a direct wire will not work without the other terminal grounded :thumbsup:

Follow Chucks Directions :trink:
Good Luck
 

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Update ,,,Re: Now it won't start????

I found that the switch on the end of the deck engagement arm does not activate when the deck arm is pushed forwand or pulled back, There is a lever on the switch that is riding on the end of the deck arm shaft that does nothing. If I hold it up I can start the GT. Am I missing something on the switch arm?
 
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