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JD 250 skid steer
|harold||I have recently purchased a used jd 250 skid steer.when i go to start it it blows the fuse i try a new fuse a couple of times then it finally cranks. when it sits for a while it starts all over again. Any thoughts
|Dale G. Basgall||Harold, which fuse are you blowing ?
|Harold||it is the key switch fuse
|Dale G. Basgall||Harold, it sound like you may have a ground situation going on , try to inspect all ground terminals where they attach to the frame and or battery ground. Remove the terminal at the starter solenoid and isolate it, then try to turn the keyswitch to the start position and see if it blows the circuit without connection to the starter solenoid. Does the starter sound like it turns full speed freely or does it start out slow and get better.
If that doesnt fix it then we will go one step further.
|Harold||I figured it out it was the temperture switch i just started unpluging componets until i figured out which one was blowing the fuse.
thanks for your help Dale
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