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|mactron||I have a John Deere - Scott L2048 and was riding along and the engine cut off . Seems to be a very common problem recently with alot of folks.
It will start up and run fine until I release the clutch/brake and then it shuts right off.
I can get the PTO to work when the clutch/brake is push down.
I read other forums and other postings and most people and most folks were able to fix theirs by doing one of these five things -
(1) replace the safety switch under your seat
(2) replace the starter solinod
(3) replace the spark plugs
(4) replace the battery
(5) bad fuel
Of course I did all five of these things - and I still cannot get mind to go -
I have checked the belts and I have checked all the wires to make sure they are intacted.
I have looked at the wire harness diagram from John Deere and do not know what to replace next.
I heard and read alot of folks having the same problems - not only with my model - but quite few others John Deere models as well doing the exact same thing.
The only strange thing that occured before this all happen was that about two months earlier - the tractor would not longer go in reverse. The engine would die when it did (even with the PTO disenaged).
Never thought nothing of it - and was just going to live with it.
Anyone else have similar issues?
Is this a clutch problem?
Or could it be a wiring or safety swich issue?
I am completely stumped?
Any suggestions on what to do next - other than take it to my local John Deere rep.