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Couple of thoughts. Flywheel ring gear missing some teeth - - or weakness or fault(s) in starter electrical wiring or the starter itself.Acewingman89 wrote:I was informed yesterday that my grandfather use to push on the flywheel to get the mower to start.
Could be engine stuck or starter stuck/engaged in flywheel.Acewingman89 wrote:I bought a brand new battery for it and all the starter does is hum nothing else.
What should I do to get it to start?
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Top of page under manuals. I think you will find most of the information needed.Acewingman89 wrote:Anyone know where I can get a repair manual for the 184 on digits? (Preferably free lol)
Sat Oct 05, 2013 9:11 am
Acewingman89 wrote:Anyone know where I can get a repair manual for the 184 on digits? (Preferably free lol)
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Doesn't sound like the tractor is a 184. But then some one could have installed a starter/generator.Acewingman89 wrote:Turns out the belt was loose and the pulley for the starter/generator was simply just turning and every now and then catching the belt.
outdoors4evr wrote: The 154 and the 185 have a starter/generator with a belt.
184. Ignition off, tractor out of gear you can easily rotate the tractors engine by rotating the fan. Or with ignition off, tractor in 3rd gear, rock the tractor forward a bit. Either action will move the engine crankshaft/flywheel ring gear from it's position when engine stopped.outdoors4evr wrote:There are a couple "normal" places where an engine favors to stop at when shut off.
1) You can live with the issue by rotating the engine a few teeth by hand using something like a screwdriver on the flywheel. (this is an inconvenient pain)