Question about John Deere Garden
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
They have an auto shutoff for low oil, start there check your fluids. If Ok check for spark. Try full throttle choke off in case it might be flooded. See if any of that works and let me know.
Posted on May 10, 2009
You should be able to remove the bolt from the center with a 1/2" socket an slide it off the axle. You do not want to do any heavy hammering on the wheel because you could possibly drive the axle out of the transmission. MTD mowers are notorious for being hard to get the rear wheels off. If you do get them off or ever buy a new one, remove the rear wheels and coat the axles with anti-seize compound. Good luck
Posted on May 15, 2009
Remove the tire and wheel from the spindle. Take a long punch or similar item and reach in the center of the wheel hub where the spindle goes. Locate the space in between the inner and outer bushing and tap the edge of the old bushing until it comes out. Now go in from the other side and do the same with the other bushing. This one will be a little easier to do since you don't have to hunt for the center space. Put the new bushings back in the same way just be sure you drive them in STRAIGHT
Posted on Sep 18, 2009
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