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Adjusting clutch john deere 2011 825i engine rpms are way to fast at mid speed what can i do to slow down rpms

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SOURCE: JOHN DEERE TRACTOR - MODEL A - SERIAL 642202 CLUTCH REPAIR

Try the John Deere web site, I think they will be able to help. donnyb60

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CK THE SEAT SWICH OR THE BRAKE SWICH ONE OFEM IS BAD

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SOURCE: My 870 john deere clutch will not disengage. The

This is common for the 70 series.Clutch dics are stuck together,just short of splitting tractor you have to hit a pile of dirt with loader bucket to see if you can break it loose.

Posted on Nov 14, 2009

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SOURCE: my john deere rideing mower idles up and down at

The motor has a governor that controls its speed, and if one of the pivoting parts or linkages is sticking this would happen. Look for the throttle linkage on the engine carburetor (move your throttle up and down, watch what moves). The governor will be a second linkage attached to the throttle arm. Squirt some WD-40 on any rotating parts and make sure a foreign object isn't stuck in there. It could also be the part of the governor that's internal to the engine -- harder to get at, but not expensive to fix.

Posted on Jul 04, 2010

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SOURCE: John Deere 185 deck height adjustment

having a problem with dive belt being hit by the mower deck 185 john deere suggestions !!

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