If you use your John Deere tractor to assist with snow removal or other winter-related tasks around your property, you’ve likely encountered an occurrence where your equipment won’t start as quick as it does in warmer temperatures. Sometimes, it may not start at all. There’s a number of different reasons why this may happen, including an improper starting procedure, a cranking speed that’s too slow, or an improper choke adjustment.
Here are three steps all John Deere owners should consider when their lawn tractor won’t start in the cold weather:
- Proper starting procedure
- Proper cranking speed