I have been having a hellva time with what seems to be relay problems. I had to go back to the dealer again today. The Super Z just shut down while cutting three times today. The other day we had a good rain and the mower got wet. The dealer checked the plug, no spark. He checked the relays again and when he went to unplug one the relays, the relay itself seperated and it was full of water. They replaced two of them with relays that are for boat use and those are truly sealed, but the ones on the mower are not. He got the mower going again (dealer has been great) and it ran for about 5 minutes so I brough it home. We'll see tomorrow if it's a fix. Why doesn't Hustler use SEALED relays? And if they are you're using a sorry brand because it looked nothing like the boat type sealed relays. btw - I'm still waiting on the flywheel/starter that has to be replaced from the screwed up relay last time. It's been almost 2 weeks. I'm not ready to holler the L word yet but it has entered my mind. Just going to the dealer has cost me over $100 in gas the last few weeks, not to mention about a days worth of work time. Mowers great when it runs but geezzz .. about 60 hrs and 5-6 trips to the shop.