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|Gordo||I have a Yanmar 2210D compact utility tractor. It only has 50 hours on it but will not start. Tractor has been in barn during winter. Engine will not turn over. I just get a clicking sound - once each time I turn the key. I checked the battery,fuses, pto, neutral and all are correct. Could this problem be something with my starter or solenoid?
|Al||Could be. A battery discharges over the winter; how do you know it's correct? If it's low, try jumping it.
If not, I'd try jumping the starter. Safest is with a remote starter ($5 at an auto-supply store). One clip goes to the positive battery terminal, the other to the starter terminal (the smallest of the three), then have someone press the button while you're in the seat operating the decompression and thermostart.
|norm||That's amazing, only 50 hours on a 29 year-old tractor.
|russ||did you clean your battery connections?
|Russ Slates||I have had the same issue and for me it ended up being a combo of 2 things low batt charge and not a good enough ground
|fred gemski||have a leak in my fuel tank right side under the holding strap do i have to replace the fiber tank or can it be reoaired
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