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My money is on the ignition switch being at the root of the problem. Make sure the wires are connected to it and not loose or corroded and also spray some Wd40 in where the key goes and cycle the switch a few times. The ignition switches on these do "wear out" from use and dirt.

There are 3 different ignition switches which will work on your machine. Here are the John Deere part numbers and costs;

Part Number
GY20074
$17.83

Part Number
A-B160025
$13.54

Part Number
A-B194762MA
$15.80

If you go to replace the ignition switch, take the mowers serial number with you to the dealer or when ordering online.

2003 Model (Serial No. GXL110A010001-140000)
2003 Model (Serial No. GXL110B010001-022402) (Canadian/Australian)
2004 Model (Serial No. GXL110A140001-
2004 Model (Serial No. GXL110B022403- (Canadian/Australian)

Please make sure to report back with what you find and what solves your problem. It helps the next L110 owner with the same problem. Thanks...
 
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