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Deere 316 Battery Replacement- Loose wires from fuse. Where do they go?
I recently purchased an older 316 with about 1000 miles on it. Started using it to mow about an acre 3 or 4 times with no problem. Went to fire it up yesterday and it would not turn over. It turned out the battery was dead. I bought a new battery and installed it but it still would not turn over. I then started looking around and found a green wire and a red wire that must have been knocked loose when I took the old battery off. The red wire comes from where the fuse box is that is near the battery. The green wire comes from the front somewhere. Any help would be appreciated!!
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