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I have a John Deere LT115. Lights work when ignition switch is turned but starter does not ingage. Removed diode and replaced it with a jumper wire and engine starts. Will a jumper harm this circuit?

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Yes. the diode is what keeps it from sending to much volt to and from the battery. if you jump it now if anything happens to the stat-tor it will go through the system not protected. i don't know a lot about them but was told by several shops to not bypass them.

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percussive maintenance my friend. Try banging on the solenoid and starter with a hammer while in the start position. Also, if you have a voltmeter, you can see where voltage is getting to and that will help you as well.

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

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Take it back , it is still under warranty if you just bought it.

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Purple wire goes to the solenoid on starter.If you installed starter with single wire post all you have to do is mount a solenoid to the frame just in front of starter,existing batt/starter cable goes to one solenoid post,purchase a short red cable and install on other solenoid post and run it to the starter,plug purple wire into new solenoid and the way you go.

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These Briggs has two diode in the coil ground leads.

Here is few things that can cause this problem.
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  • Both diodes are shorted.
  • 12v is somehow being applied to the coil circuit shorting the diodes and destroying the coil packs.
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