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Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by Marie Bennett, Jun 22, 2007.

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  1. Hello,I was wondering if you have a wiring diagram for a ford riding mower
    model YT 16 early 80's. I'm blowing fuses and I can not get the PTO tp
    engage. I know that the wireing is wrong and I don't know where it goes.
    Please help. I need to cut my grass.

    Thank you,
    Marie B.
     
  2. James Sweet

    James Sweet Guest

    This isn't really the right place to look for that. Can't you just follow
    the wires and see where they go? How complex can it be? If the PTO won't
    engage, see if there's a switch under the seat to detect a rider, many
    (all?) riding mowers will kill the engine or disengage the PTO if this
    switch opens, and failure of the switch is not uncommon. Most of the mowers
    I've worked on had it bypassed already.
     
  3. Ken Weitzel

    Ken Weitzel Guest

    Hi...

    I'd respectfully suggest that she ask in alt.home.lawn.garden.

    Take care.

    Ken
     
  4. Guest

    marie, here is the wiring diagram. Tom .....well this page won't let
    me paste the jpeg file of the schematic that i just scanned for
    you.beings that i'm new, i may be doin something wrong. if you know
    what i need to do let me know cause i've saved the wiring diagram to a
    jpeg on my desktop, tom
     
  5. Ken Weitzel

    Ken Weitzel Guest

    Hi...

    Have no idea what you're using for a mailer, but in any case you
    won't be able to "paste" a picture into an email.

    So first, strongly suggest you not do this in the newsgroup lest
    a few people get upset, but instead e-mail it to the folks who want
    it.

    Then - don't attempt to paste, but rather look for how you might
    "attach" a file to your email. If you can't find attach, then
    see if you can't find "insert an image"

    Hope this helps, and take care.

    Ken
     
  6. Meat Plow

    Meat Plow Guest


    www.tinypic.com
     
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