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John Deere 116H
|Steve||The above tractor runs great until about 2hrs. cutting grass, then it stops as if it is out of gas. The battery is completly dead and it is impossible to start back. When I charge the battery for about 45 minutes, the tractor starts again. I would appreciate any comments regarding this problem.
|bontai Joe||My guess is that you can run the tractor until the battery is dead, because it isn't recharging. Once the battery is dead, there is no electricity to power the ignition system, (no spark at the plugs) Could be as simple as a loose wire, or bad connection, so a VERY close examination of the wiring might turn up a solution.
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