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TexasFire
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Well, had to break down & spend some $$$ to fix up my Scotts 2554S Rider.
2 new Carlisle 24x12x12 4 ply Turf Master tires - $223
New muffler for a 25HP Kohler Command twin - $142
Total = $365
YIKES!

But the upside is no more airing up tires every time I mow & hearing protection isn't so critical!!! :thThumbsU

TexasFire

Happy New Year!! :drunkie:
 

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I thought about tubing them..... the side walls were pretty dry-rotted & had lots of cracks, that's where most of my air was seeping from. They were old 2 ply tires that had been plugged a few times so I decided to upgrade. It would have cost over $50 to tube them both anyway. I ended up getting the tires at Discount Tire, now if I have a problem I just take them back to them & THEY fix it!!!


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From the rear that looks lust like my old GT275!
Same platform I assume.
 

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TexasFire
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It's a Scotts mower made by John Deere so from what I understand its basically an exact copy of a JD model except for the paint. There is a JD place right down the street from me where I buy my parts. This is a great rig & mows beautifully. That 25HP Kohler is one tough motor & (knock on wood) that hydrostat trans is fantastic. Looking forward to a big tractor with a hydro some day, that is soooo easy....

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TexasFire
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I need an electrical schematic for this Scotts 2554S with a 25 HP Kohler Command. I believe as someone stated this is the same as a JD GT275?

TexasFire

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John Deere Service
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This is for the l2548. Pathways doesn't have the 2554 listed. Should be the same.
 

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Thanks! Are SE3 & SE4 other pages? I'm looking for how the seat switch is wired in. I'm working on a no-start condition that I think might be the seat safety switch. It has 4 wires coming to it that I want to jump to test. I used a VOM to check the brake safety switch across 2 sets of terminals & it appears to be functioning.

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Awesome! Thanks so much!!!

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Hopefully you're covered by the above schematic. But if you go to JDparts.com, and type in S2554 in the Model # search window, it will pull up the info for your tractor. In the "Sectional Index" there are electrical schematics for various systems, which to my untrained eye look different from what is posted above. However, it partly depends on what the serial # of your machine is, so be sure to have that handy.:fing32:

P.S. This link MIGHT get you there without signing in:

http://jdpc.deere.com/jdpc/servlet/com.deere.u90490.partscatalog.view.servlets.HomePageServlet?search=model&model=S2554
 

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John Deere Service
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What is posted above is straight from JD Service Advisor.
 

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Hopefully you're covered by the above schematic. But if you go to JDparts.com, and type in S2554 in the Model # search window, it will pull up the info for your tractor. In the "Sectional Index" there are electrical schematics for various systems, which to my untrained eye look different from what is posted above. However, it partly depends on what the serial # of your machine is, so be sure to have that handy.:fing32:

P.S. This link MIGHT get you there without signing in:

http://jdpc.deere.com/jdpc/servlet/com.deere.u90490.partscatalog.view.servlets.HomePageServlet?search=model&model=S2554
That one does not work for me.

This one takes you to JD Parts, just type in your model number.

http://jdpc.deere.com/jdpc/servlet/com.deere.u90490.partscatalog.view.servlets.HomePageServlet_Alt
 
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