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    5310 won't start

    Having problems with fuel, 5310 cut off while cutting grass. It would restart, showing low RPM's, then the RPM's would kick up to normal. Run for 10 mins and do it again. cut it off at the house and it would not restart. Not turn over or anything. Headlights working ok. charged the battery. still would not start. sounds like the ignition switch to me???? Or do you think the starter?. What would you look at first.

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    If starter solenoid won't click when ign key is turned to start position but head lamps will light up I'll suggest to check neutral start circuit/switches. Also check battery ground cable where it attaches to frame. Have you checked all fuses to be sure they're good?
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    Clean the battery terminals and grounds first.
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    Stopped by JD dealer and explained situation. THe dealership is 3 hrs away from the tractor. He suggested I test for a cold start assist switch by unhooking the switch and trying to start it. He gave me the wrong switch, but it lead me to the fuse which was blown. Replace the fuse and she fired right up. Ran good for two days, then blew another fuse. And another. And another. Ran out of fuses, so I called a former JD repairman who is going to look at it next week. Thanks for the help. EDIT TO ADD: I unhooked the cold sensor switch and never put on a replacement. the replacement i was given would not hook up to the connections on my tractor.

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    Disconnect the cold start sensor from wiring harness and install a new fuse and try again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RAM2940 View Post
    Disconnect the cold start sensor from wiring harness and install a new fuse and try again.
    ^^^^^THIS, stop wasting fuses, until you replace the cold start sensor. Leave it unplugged!
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    Maybe not explained thoroughly, but that's where i got to yesterday. I never reinstalled the cold sensor switch. It cranked up several times the next day, then it started blowing fuses again.
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    Is #2 what you disconnected? Part number should be RE503242. It goes into the thermostat housing.
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    Remove all doubt and quickly take this tractor and trade it in on a new 5125R/cab. Problem solved.
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