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Need a wire diagrame for a troy bilt lawn tractor model 13AP60TP766

by Manage My Life Last activity date:
April 29th, 2011

Out visiting my Mother-in-law and her troy bilt lawn tractor has had a few problems last year. She had a freind try to fix it but all they did was jury rig the wiring. now I have no idea what wire goes where. I need to get the wiring straight so I can narrow down what is wrong. The mower doesnt even turn over. Please help any idea where I can get a wiring diagram. I have found tons of exploded parts views but nothing on the wiring.

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Lawn Tractors , Lawn Mowers
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I managed to get a copy of the schematic for you. I am going to email it to you as it is too large for me to attach here.

If the engine is not turning over make sure to check the fuse back near the battery. From there you will need to check the safety switches for the clutch/brake and the PTO.

Make sure to check your "in-box" for the email with attached schematic.

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Once wiring has been rerouted it can be a bear to get back to square one again. It is great you are taking on this challenge for your mother-in-law. While you wait for the expert to review your model and provide assistance, you can check the two links below if needed. The first link is to the manufacturer in case it turns out you need to contact them directly. The second link is to the owner's manual for this model that may come in handy if you do not already have it. Hope this helps.
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