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Re: (ET) Dead E-15
I would also check the key switch.
Turn off and on a few time.
Mine acts up sometimes.
Also could be the main disconnect.
From: elec-trak-bounces cosmos phy tufts edu
[mailto:elec-trak-bounces cosmos phy tufts edu] On Behalf Of SteveS
Sent: Thursday, June 14, 2007 10:05 AM
Subject: Re: (ET) Dead E-15
Check that the lights work
Critical path for all the symptoms you describe:
1. CB1 (as already suggested)
2. Check the fuses (firewall, under the hood) - pull them and check for
If these are good the 'fuel' gauge should function
If the gauge works but still no go:
1. Check that the leads didn't come off the seat switch and brake switch
2. Be sure the brake is off!
You should also investigate the chassis ground:
1. Check for voltage to ground with deck unplugged
Pete Lukken wrote:
> Hi all,
> I have an E-15, 26AE15BA, that has worked wonderfully well until last
> week. After having mowed the lawn I drove it into the garage and put
> the charger on. Trying to move it the next day: no meters, no lift,
> no anything. I checked both sides of the disconnect and can measure
> battery pack voltage to battery negative and...also to the chassis. No
> cables appear to be "grounded" to the chassis.
> Is there an obvious problem here, like a charger failure (which still
> seems to work fine) since that was the last part of the tractor that
> was operating before "failure". I do have schematics but my
> troubleshooting techniques are pretty poor.
> Thx in advance for your tips/techniques/hints/guesses.
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