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Deere g110 mower, engine will click but will not turn over. New starter. Seems like blades are engaged. How can i tell?

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  • ronaldhea267 Apr 05, 2012

    I am bypassing the key switch and brake switch, jumping straight to starter, it clicks but engine will not turn. It started last season making the clicking then would turnover.

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Use a pair of jumper cables and go from the battery to the starter see if the starter works try and jump it from your car it could be a bad starter

Posted on Apr 07, 2012

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SOURCE: Craftsman riding lawn mower...engine dies when blade is engaged

Push the clutch all the way down and try to start, does it crank over?
Let me know.
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Posted on May 10, 2009

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SOURCE: John Deere LA110 mower blades got disengaged

does it engage manually with a lever, or is it electronic with a push pull switch? if electronic, check the wire that goes to the electric clutch, it might have come off when unplugging it. do all this with the engine off

Posted on Jun 27, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a Deere LX188 mower, while mowing the

you need to check the seat switch first then have the park brake switch looked at.is there power to the starter relay?

Posted on Jul 23, 2009

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SOURCE: john deere gt 235 electric blade engagment but

One of two possible causes;either the PTO switch is defective or the switch for the reverse peddle is out of adjustment .The only other thing i have seen cause the PTO to shut down is a lack of battery power due to the machine not charging.

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SOURCE: John Deere f1145 front mower's engine stops

You must be in the seat to run the mower ... safety interlocks ... operator presence control is what it is called.

Posted on May 02, 2010

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On john deere la150, if i sit on seat and engage blades,,,nothing, but when i lift of seat, blades engage and motor shuts off. Replaced seat switch and did not fix problem


"On john deere la150, if i sit on seat and engage blades,,,nothing, but when i lift of seat, blades engage and motor shuts off. Replaced seat switch and did not fix problem" Okay, what I'm hearing is that "nothing" means the blades-driving PTO won't engage (declutch) when you switch on mower; but then, (say) as you start to dismount the mower (seat) the mower (drive clutch) engages even as the deadman switch (seat switch) kills the engine (and the drive/pto shaft starts to slow down. The key here seems to be that at full engine torque the clutch is unable to remain engaged but, rather, slips so that mower blade inertia (resistence) cannot be overcome...but as engine/pto rotation slows the clutch is able not to slip. First place to consider is the clutch gap which is probably to0 large (possibly from wear and tear, possibly not). So check specs and how-to from manual or factory and reset the pto drive clutch gap...not hard to do. If clutch gap is not the problem then most likely rehab or replacement of the clutch assy will be needed...is the mower has many years use sufficient to wear out the clutch. Another possiblity is an electic (wring/switching/grounding) problem involving mower and deadman switches.

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Usually when the key is turned to start position the starter soleniod engages thus applying power to the starter. There are three possible causes to your problem . (1) Check for 12vdc at the terminal on the soleniod when the key is turned to start position, if there is 12vdc at the terminal then the key switch is good. (2) loose or bad cable connection at the soleniod, check connections. (3) bad soleniod -- replace it. generally you will hear a click from the soleniod when the key is turned to start position. Also be sure to check that ALL safety switches are engaged. You may need someone to sit in the drivers seat so that switch will be "made" / engaged. Park Brake is set, mowing blades are "NOT " being engaged, on some mowers if the transmission is in reverse ,even tho the brake is set the mower will not start.

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John Deere LA110 mower blades got disengaged


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http://manuals.deere.com/cceomview/OMGX22464_C8/Output/Index.html?tM=HO

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