Have you checked to see if the starter is jammed? I've had that happen before. PJ
I will try that next. Thank you!Do you have a multimeter? Whenever I’m investigating a fault, that’s what I use. In the second pic the lead attached to the connector is red, and therefore is probably a single conductor positive lead.
If you can locate the starter solenoid, with key on, jump the two poles with a screwdriver and see if it cranks. Double check that 50amp fuse though first. You can test it with the multimeter, it’s not always easy to tell if they’re blown just by visible inspection.
Sent from my iPhone using Tractor Forum
That was my suspicion at first, but in the second pic it looks like there is just one red lead coming off it. It’s not uncommon for not all pins in a connector to be used, though it is a little strange in a two pin connector.It appears that one pin is broken off in the male connector in the first picture. Are there two wires to each side of the connector?
Thanks! I knew what the "normal" fuses look like....wasn't too sure if the other fuse going to the starter was a different configuration. Since we got another 2 inches of snow...I've GOTTA get this thing running!