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Unhappy JD D140 - no start no crank

For the sake of testing have temporarily disabled/jumped the seat, RIO and brake safeties. Battery fully charged and testing good.

I have power leaving ignition switch when turned to start, none getting to starting solenoid.

Where does power go next after the ignition switch/tumbler?

The wire that shows power when ignition turned to start (purple) goes to the PTO, but am unable to find where I should be checking next? Or where I can find a wiring diagram?

This is on a 3 year old John Deere D140 with 120 hours
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Looks to go through the PTO and Brake switch.


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For the sake of testing have temporarily disabled/jumped the seat, RIO and brake safeties. Battery fully charged and testing good.

I have power leaving ignition switch when turned to start, none getting to starting solenoid.

Where does power go next after the ignition switch/tumbler?

The wire that shows power when ignition turned to start (purple) goes to the PTO, but am unable to find where I should be checking next? Or where I can find a wiring diagram?

This is on a 3 year old John Deere D140 with 120 hours
there is an inline fuse before the solenoid.

its going to be near the solenoid so look under the frame behind the seat for a small metal clip or along the steering column housing. trace the wire because its often in a hidden location

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