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Try contacting John Deere. https://www.johndeeretechinfo.com/index.cfm/type/WIRING-DIAGRAMS/

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It is the pump and the pumps are about 1000 dollars. They are not that hard to install. IT should cost about 1500 total.

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is the primer working ? have you tried the self primer if fitted ? when you turn over the engine is the bubbles in the fuel viewer or does it just drop. or something else.

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sounds like the wrong size belt or pulley

check routing of the belt also

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Have you checked the output of the alternator.
got a ohm/volt meter? or a battery tester?
should be putting out 14 volts. may be the voltage regulator.
start there esp if you charge the battery and it runs for a hour.... hour and 1/2 then quits.

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if the valves are working properly and good connections and battery, i would check to see if the compression release is working. i have one in the shop that the release came apart in the engine.

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indicates that e retaining unit at the top bearing of the steering box has come loose and the shaft is moving up and down unrestrained by that top bearing

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Did you open the gas valve?

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There are 2 safety switches on that unit as well. Most of them are right below the steering column in the firewall area. Search that to see if that unit has them. I'd be willing to bet one of them is faulty. Most are just a push button type.

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sounds like it is starter rebuild time

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I, feel sorry for you, after reading your problem, but don't worry you visit the Reliable-Store they will help you for sure.
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Check battery voltage should be 12v or above. Battery could have gone bad or charging system bad. Voltage draw of electric clutch pulled battery down.

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My thought is that you may have a burned out temperature sensor on your radiator. You can find this by simply looking for a plug on the radiator that has a wire chassis connected to it. these things can burn out rather easy and it could have been effected by being hit by debris or other objects that could have caused the sensor to short out. Replace the temp sensor. Usually located near or at the bottom of the radiator. Hope this helps.

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If not cranking replace the battery - they do wear out.

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I had a similar problem and it turned out to be the automatic belt tension was blocked with grass so it was not tensioning the belt correctly. It was quite difficult to completely clean it but it has been fine ever since.

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The two most popular switches that fail are the seat and break, if you have a ohm meter you can test each switch starting from the battery and moving down the line.

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