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Super z Have no power going to clutch. Have change

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Hustler super z Have no power going to clutch. Have change out relays.
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Small Engine
Expert:  Rick_LeShure replied 2 years ago.
its either the pto switch or the pigtail harness between the main harness going to the clutch if your fuses and relays are all good. make sure all wiring is good also. no breaks or pinches or rubs. with the key on someone in the seat and park brake off have a voltage meter in the two wires going to the clutch right at the clutch connector and check to make see you have battery voltage. if no voltage check the pigtail. it is a separate piece of the harness just to the clutch and has a diode inline. ohm test both wires in this pigtail after removing. it should have continuity both ways in one wire and continuity on one side on the other. if that is good and everything else is good (wiring fuses relays) replace the pto switch