|MTD, Cub Cadet, Troy Bilt, Lawn Tractor Parts|
Lawn Tractor Ignition Switch; Craftsman, Sears, Wizard, Husqvarna, Poulan 140301; MTD 725-1717; Murray 92556
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2 of 2 found the following review helpful:
ignition switch for lawnmower Jun 06, 2013
great product for the money. exactly as shown.put it in in just minutes and it worked perfectly.was sick of starting with screwdriver.
1 of 1 found the following review helpful:
Good product but threads stripped May 16, 2013
This product came quick and was exactly what I needed to fix my Yard Machines lawn tractor. The threads on the washer did strip and was unable to tighten but just used the old washer on new ignition switch. Came with two keys which is great.
Just like the one you're using. Jan 22, 2014
Easing to change---pry the rubber,plastic,etc. cover off the switch,remove the nut,lock washer from switch,pull assembly out of housing, remove the ground wire, 6 connector assembly.
Reverse above after new switch is connected.
Perfect fit replacement Dec 22, 2013
By Harry Moto
Well, not completely perfect; it uses a standard nut to hold the ignition switch in. I used the old one, although the new one would have done the job just as well. I just wanted to keep the stock look.
Otherwise, it's absolutely perfect. I was thrilled to find this particular switch at such a reasonable price, and it works perfectly. It's a real thrill to be riding around mowing the grass instead of working on the silly mower!
The extra pins (compared to most riding mower ignition switches) just run the headlights, the switch has 4 positions instead of the normal 3. Off, ON with headlights ON, ON with headlights OFF, and START. The pinout is different than a generic switch too, so a five pin switch won't plug in.
I believe the functions are the same, I was about to start cutting wires and adapting to a generic switch when I found this 7 pin on Amazon. I didn't actually DO the conversion, as I found the correct replacement part, so I don't KNOW that it would work. I had purchased a separate switch for the headlights, but obviously never had to use it.Good luck if you decide to try to rewire for a 5 pin, it SHOULD work. 8^)
needed a new starter switch for my craftsman mower. Dec 07, 2013
By Ron Coley
i bought a new switch at my local sears store but it would not work on my mower. found one on amazon that was delivered quickley and works great....
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