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John Deere 210 10 hp kohler. Wont start.
|Sean Williams||Tractor has been making a grinding noise when starting for a while now. My battery died, I replaced it, and all was well. Yesterday I went to start it and all I got was a click. Battery still has juice, and I tried jumping it. Still just a click. Was the grinding I heard before my starter going bad. Is it seized now. Any and all help would be much appreciated. Thanks in advance.
|ponymare||Grinding or any other kind of noises not built into the engine means something is going bad. To start with, pull the starter, check the flywheel and bendix teeth, then have the starter checked.
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