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4410 Fuel Solenoid
|Jim||I have a 4410 tractor ran fine last fall but wont start this spring. I am not getting any power to the fuel solenoid. I have checked the fuses and connections, any Ideas where to look next ?
|Dale G. Basgall||Jim :
For the engine to run, one of the following must occur:
• Operator must be on the seat when the rear PTO is engaged and the park brake is disengaged.
• When operator is NOT on the seat, if the rear PTO is engaged, the park brake MUST BE engaged.
If the operator is operating a PTO driven attachment and rises off the seat, the attachment and engine will stop.
This is from the service manual and there is an interlock time delay relay that holds in the fuel shutoff solenoid.
If you need more information send back on the forum.
Dale G. Basgall
|John Heine||Did you check fuse in fuse panel?
|Jim||I have checked all the fuses, relays. seat switch. and still no power to the fuel shut off solenoid ? I have checked for broken wires. called the dealer and still no luck. it is flashing a trouble code but the dealer has no idea what it means. any ideas would be appreciated.
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