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Step on throlle it barely moves foward or reverse, whats wrong
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You may have a drive belt that is worn or broken. Check the drive belt for slack condition see if it is not slipped off idler pully wheels or the belt tensioner. I had one that was streched out and was very slack on the pully wheels - I had it replaced with new one and was fine to go. There is a device on the back of your tractor to release the transaxle for manual pushing your tractor about with out starting the engine. Make sure the device is positioned correctly for running mode (engine) - There is a symbol on the back to help you know what to do. The tractor manual has good trouble shooting info and if you don't have one, try googling for it with the model number of your tractor - you will be able to download one free to your computer for viewing it.
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
SOURCE: When the drive is engaged,
More than likely there is something wrong with the drive belt. Either the drive belt is broken or the clutch is not letting it engage. When you jack it up and one wheel turns one way and the other turns the other way is completely normal. If there was something wrong with the transmission the wheels would not turn at all. So look under the tractor and have someone press the clutch/brake and there should be a pulley that moves. That pulley should have a belt the gets loose when the clutch/brake is pressed. More than likely your problem is going to be with that belt.
Posted on Nov 29, 2010
It sounds like the transmission drive belt is slipping. When you pull the pedal back you are increasing the tension on the belt. You may also want to make sure the spring that pulls tension on the idler pulley is in tact. Hope this gets you in the right direction.
Posted on Feb 24, 2011
Remove the center dust caps from the rear axles, start the tractor up and put it in gear and observe the axles, if one of them is spinning freely inside the wheel, you have lost the 1/4" square key that pins the wheel to the axle. Replace the key and you can go back to mowing. Hope this helped Tim
Posted on May 15, 2011
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