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Huskee garden tractor PTO problem

Posted by scuffer TN (My Page) on
Sat, Sep 5, 09 at 13:34

My 2002 Huskee garden tractor (model 14AZ808K131, s/n 1B042H10131) has lost power to the electric PTO. I am a fair mechanic, but electric has never been my best area. I have checked power where the PTO wires plug into the harness and am getting no power when switch is pulled. With all the safety switched integrated into the electrical system, it is very confusing and I don't have a schematic to help. Any ideas out there?
Thanks,
Scuffer


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RE: Huskee garden tractor PTO problem

The site is down at the moment, but I came across someone who gave a link to the electrical diagram you are looking for. Hope it helps...

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The Huskee was Manufactured by MTD. Go to this Addy http://www.buymtdonline.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/topcategory_10101_15601_-1 and Click the Launch Illustrated Search Engine. Then Select the OEM(MTD Brand) and Enter the Model Numbers 14AZ808K131 and Click Go. Then Double Click the Model in the Search Results Area. Then Select the Hood/Electrical Folder. A View of a Wiring Diagram can be Viewed at the Same Addy, Just use these Model Numbers 13AM672G730 and Follow the Steps Above and Select the Electrical/Switches. Most MTD Ride On Mowers will have a Similar Wiring Harness. Hope this Helps.


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