Tag: seat

Farmer Crushed Under Tractor’s Tires

I’m Glen Dunsmore, an occupational hygiene officer with WorkSafeBC. This farm was the scene of a tragic accident involving a tractor. Here’s what happened. On farms, tractors are commonly used to tow liquid manure spreaders. A tractor operator had backed a liquid manure spreader up to a manure pond to fill its 4,500-gallon tank. Once […]

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Seat Belts

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Replacing a Seat on a Riding Lawn Mower

The first step to replacing the seat is to turn the ignition switch off and remove the key. Lift the seat. Remove the bolt connecting the negative cable to the battery and tuck the cable away so it doesn’t touch the battery post. Remove the retaining bolt and washer from the seat bottom. Press the […]

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John Deere Z994R: ComfortGlide

When you’re mowing hard, especially sunup to sundown, you want a seat that can keep you comfortable, even over rough terrain. That’s why all three of our seat options come with our ComfortGlide™Suspension. With the ComfortGlide setting on, the seat works in the motion you are going. Which makes for a more comfortable ride, since […]

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Riding Lawn Mower Dies When You Release the Brake

Hi, this is Wayne here from Sears PartsDirect. Today we’re going to talk about troubleshooting a riding lawn mower that shuts off when you release the brake. Most riding mowers have a seat switch that kills the engine if you release the brake when no one is sitting in the seat. This essential safety device […]

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Replacing a Seat Switch on a Riding Lawn Mower

The first step to replacing the seat switch is to turn the ignition switch off and remove the key. Lift the seat. Remove the bolt connecting the negative cable to the battery and tuck the cable away so it doesn’t touch the battery post. Remove the retaining bolt and washer from the seat bottom. Press […]

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Replacing a Starter Solenoid on a Riding Lawn Mower

The first step to replacing the starter solenoid is to turn the ignition switch off and remove the key. Lift the seat. Remove the bolt connecting the negative cable to the battery. Lift the insulating cover and remove the bolt connecting the positive cable to the battery. Lift the battery out of the battery box. […]

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