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John Deere STX38 Lawn Tractor Repair Series. No Crank, No Start

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Part 1 of John Deere STX Lawn Tractor Repair Video Series.

The Engine won't crank.

 

 

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Here is Part 2 of the John Deere STX38 Lawn Tractor Repair Series

 

 

 

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Here is the link to an update on this Tractor

 

 

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