318 just died - no power or lights


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318 just died - no power or lights

Ron While snowblowing the nearly 2 feet of snow we got today my 318 just quit on me. The headlights flickered a few times and then the machine died.

It's just like someone turned off the key.
The battery is showing 12.8 volts and I can't see any loose wires or blown fuses.

It was running perfectly until then.

Right now it is basically acting like the battery is dead (but it isn't).

This is my only way to clear my 350 foot driveway. I'm really hoping someone on here can help or know's someone who can.

Thanks.

jack Hay Ron I had the same problem, chased wiring all over then found that the tab on the back of the key switch brock off new key switch that seem to solve it. I still would like a wiring manual or just a picture, Just trying to determineif the org. wiring had a two fuse set up or not?
jack Hay Ron I had the same problem, chased wiring all over then found that the tab on the back of the key switch broke off new key switch that seem to solve it. I still would like a wiring manual or just a picture, Just trying to determineif the org. wiring had a two fuse set up or not?


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