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Transmission has 15 to 30 second delay and a noise coming from the back of the engine
I had a similar problem with my Honda 3813. When I tore it down, I found that the 3813 has a slow delay cyclinder - something like a shock absorber - the slowly puts pressure on the clutch plate after you let up on the clutch pedal. In my case, the clutch is old and worn, this is exactly the symptom I experienced because the clutch was nearly worn out - it took like 10 or more seconds to get going. A new drive clutch and a little adjustment fixed this problem for me. To replace the clutch without removing the engine I had to cut the cross brace plate on the bottom of the tractor.
To get to this you need to remove all the tin that is under the seat part of the tractor - a real nuisance.
Also, it took me 3 months to get the clutch from the Honda dealer. .... definitely not helpful! Good thing I had a John Deere as a backup, I've never had trouble getting parts quickly for that.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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