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My snowblower auger and impeller don't engage must of hit something hard. i look down oil leaks from the back? what happen what can I do ?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I have an Ariens 1128
Hi, I will try to help you with this problem. I think the problem might be an adjustment issue. If you take the cover, usually plastic, situated just in front of the engine housing, you will see the belts and pulleys. Without the engine running, press on the auger/impeller lever, and if you look inside you should see how the belt is made to engage the auger pulley. Probably by an idler pulley that pushes on the belt to make it tight to turn the big pulley. That is the most popular way, it is to loosen the bolt on the idler pulley and push it towards the belt so it applies more pressure to the belt to turn the auger pulley and tighten the bolt. There could also be an adjustment on the linkage that might be adjustable. Another possibility is that the belt is worn and is riding on the bottom of the pulleys therefore not providing enough friction to turn the pulleys properly. I think if you take a good look at that system you will comprehend it. Hope this is helpful. All the best and good luck. I will gladly answer any other questions.
Posted on Feb 03, 2011
Every time I hit a newspaper at the end of the drive, I snap the shear pin. It's just a little nun and bolt deal and probably cost me less than anything at the JD dealer. It's located on the impeller shaft at one end and is simple to replace. To check it, engage the PTO, look at the inner impeller shaft turning while the outer shaft remains still. To install, align the holes, put the bolt in, screw on the nylon lock nut. Be sure to buy at least two, they go often.
Posted on Mar 06, 2013
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