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Old 09-24-2017, 08:35 PM
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Default BX2200 starting problem

I am guessing ignition switch, but not sure. When I turn the key it doesn't fully power up the electric. The gauges move a little (not fully like usual) and when you turn to start it loses all electric and makes no sounds at all. It seems as though all of the dash switches have been going bad, as the turn signals and headlights have not been working.
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Old 09-25-2017, 08:14 AM
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Welcome to the forum. Wish it was under better circumstances.

How new is this machine?

It sounds like you have a dead battery or bad or loose battery cable (the latter is very common). The battery may read 12V but it doesn't have the amps to power things up.

I'd suggest you start by taking a pair of jumper cables from a known good battery to your tractor, bypassing the tractor's battery and battery cables and see what happens.

I've had this happen with my Deere a couple times over the years. Every time, it was a bad battery cable. It looks fine on the outside but was severely corroded inside so it couldn't carry the amps needed. Replaced the bad cable and all was right in the world again.
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