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  1. #1
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    Deutz-Fahr Agrokid 55

    Default Deutz Fahr Agrokid 55 starter problems

    I have a 2 year old Agrokid 55 with only 100 hours on it.

    The battery is fully charged, however, it will not start.

    When I turn the key on nothing happens.

    Can you adjust the switch on the clutch and how would I do it?

    Any help would be appreciated.

  2. #2
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    belguim
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    agrokid 230

    Default Re: Deutz Fahr Agrokid 55 starter problems

    Quote Originally Posted by gojicoach View Post
    I have a 2 year old Agrokid 55 with only 100 hours on it.

    The battery is fully charged, however, it will not start.

    When I turn the key on nothing happens.

    Can you adjust the switch on the clutch and how would I do it?

    Any help would be appreciated.


    hi,
    i have the same problem here, has anyone a solution?
    thx

  3. #3
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    vermont
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    Hurlimann 435, Fordson E27n, Bolens HT-23

    Default Re: Deutz Fahr Agrokid 55 starter problems

    Argokids, SAME Solaris, and Hurlimann Prince all share the same construction, and I can assume the same wiring scheme.

    According to the wiring diagram, and consistent with my own Prince 435, both clutch pedal must be depressed fully, AND the PTO clutch must be disengaged.

    The clutch pedal interlock switch is easily inspected as there is useful access to both sides of te foot well where it is mounted. If suspect, it is easy enough to jumper the terminals. (Normally open)

    The PTO switch? I'm not sure how to access it. Perhaps exercising the PTO clutch control lever several times will loosen things up.

    Good luck

    Cal

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