Choose Product
Identify Problem
03
Find Solutions

Wheel Horse Lawn mower battery keeps dying

To find just the right part, enter your model number.
We can help you find your model number right away.
Common solutions for: Wheel Horse Lawn mower battery keeps dying
Solution 1:
Battery
One or more cells in the battery may be dead. Try charging the battery with a battery charger. If the battery still won't hold a charge, this indicates that the battery is defective and will need to...
Required Part
Lawn Mower Battery
Enter model number to search for the required part specific to your product
Browse our parts categories to select from a variety of parts for your product
Solution 2:
Charger
To determine if the charger is defective, use a multimeter to test the charger for proper voltage output. In addition, test the outlet used by the charger, and ensure that the outlet has not tripped...
Required Part
Lawn Mower Charger
Enter model number to search for the required part specific to your product
Browse our parts categories to select from a variety of parts for your product
Solution 3:
Alternator
The alternator provides voltage to the lawn mower while the engine is running and also recharges the battery. To determine if the alternator is defective, use a multimeter to test the alternator...
Required Part
Lawn Mower Alternator
Enter model number to search for the required part specific to your product
Browse our parts categories to select from a variety of parts for your product
Solution 4:
Voltage Regulator
While the engine is running, the voltage regulator sends the proper amount of voltage from the alternator to the battery to keep the battery charged. If the voltage regulator is defective, the...
Required Part
Lawn Mower Voltage Regulator
Enter model number to search for the required part specific to your product
Browse our parts categories to select from a variety of parts for your product