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JON, Small Engine Technician
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Experience:  Husqvarna Service Tech
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How do I access the fuse behind the dash on a Husqvarna

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How do I access the fuse behind the dash on a Husqvarna YTH22V42? Mower won't start, no click when ignition key turned; battery shows full charge...
Submitted: 5 months ago.
Category: Small Engine
Expert:  JON replied 5 months ago.

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Expert:  JON replied 5 months ago.

Should be clipped onto the right side of mower ( if sitting on it) on the dash frame. follow the wire from the solenoid. If fuse is good, I would suggest the solenoid is bad as the solenoid going bad is the more common problems with no start

Customer: replied 5 months ago.
Followed solenoid wire to wire bundle...don't see anywhere a fuse could be. Nothing clipped to dash frame that I can see...
Customer: replied 5 months ago.
Going to the local dealer and have them show me fuse location...Thanks...
Expert:  JON replied 5 months ago.

I will take a picture of one for you and upload it. give me 5 minutes to do so please

Expert:  JON replied 5 months ago.

uploading pics now. If you look on the right side, under the solenoid it is there in a black case. 2 red wires running to it.

Expert:  JON replied 5 months ago.

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Customer: replied 5 months ago.
The fuse and solenoid are actually located in the right rear wheel well. Have to remove battery, remove plastic battery tray, and the fuse and solenoid are now visible.
Expert:  JON replied 5 months ago.

WOW, must vary by the product number then. I took those off a machine with same model, must be diff year. Glad you have located them though. GL in the repair. let me know if I can help any