Why does my riding mower make a clicking sound when I turn the key?
So what’s the problem with a riding mower that won’t start just clicks? The most common reason for a clicking sound on a riding mower when you turn the key, is a flat battery. Other possible reasons include: Flat/Faulty Battery Dirty / Loose Battery Connection Faulty Solenoid Binding Starter Motor Excessive valve lash Hydro-locked Engine
Why does my car not start when I turn the key?
If there is no sound when you turn the key, but the lights and accessories work, it could be the stater relay or starter solenoid. However if there is no sound at all, not even a click, it’s probably your battery.
What does it mean when your car won’t start but clicks?
What does it mean when your car won’t start but clicks? The most common problem that causes a car to click and no start is a weak battery. The battery is not completely dead, but it is discharged, and even though it turns on the car lights, it can no longer start the engine.
Why does my Cub Cadet make a clicking sound?
Loose or corroded connections on the heavy black cables that connect the battery ground circuit to the tractor frame, or damage to the black cable. Inspect these connections, remove corrosion and re-establish good electrical contact.
Why does my starter click when I turn the key?
It sounds like power is getting to the starter because I can hear a loud click when I turn the key. I’ve researched the topic thoroughly on this site but no one has seemed to have the same problem. In all the other cases there is click coming from the starter. Any help greatly appreciated. Thanks
Why do I hear a clicking sound in my starter?
The clicking sound that you hear is made by the solenoid. This is part of the circuit. However, most of the time, the solenoid is not at the core of the problem. When the solenoid clicks, it hands the positive cable over to the cranking mechanism of the starter.
Why does my selonoid starter light not click?
getting the selonoid to click makes me think your starter is likely the problem. Just my guess. You obviously have power to the solenoid. Hook the clamp end of your test light to an engine ground then touch the test light to the starter post with the switch in start position. If you get no response to your test light the solenoid contacts are bad.