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I have a Husqvarna CRT 52 tiller that the gear selector is stuck in forward and will not move. Is this a common problem? It has happened before but came unstuck. It starts and goes forward with no noise just fine, but it just won't change gears. I am wondering if there is something I can do short of splitting the transmission apart. Everything else seems fine.

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* CRT or SRT -- These are two terms you will see on rear-tine tillers only. o Counter Rotating Tines are best for heavier duty jobs and for breaking new ground. o Standard Rotating Tines are good for aerating the soil and help propel the tiller forward.

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SOURCE: Transmission is stuck in neural.

Possibly just linkage problem.

Posted on Mar 28, 2009

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This is the gear linkages. It is a cable operated system to allow the gear lever to be dash mounted.

They are a common fault. The parts are about £65 from Mercedes (dealer only part) and unless you know what you are doing you can expect about 2 - 3 hours labour charge, though there are no special tools involved.

They average about 60,000 miles, though the replacements tend to be better.

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your linkage came apart from the way it sounds. most all these riding lawn mowers are simple machines. you need to fallow the(flopppy lever) and see where it go's it is supposed to attach to a rod or cable and must have came unhooked

Posted on May 02, 2009

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SOURCE: Rototiller won't engage into gear

You will need to split the gear case if iam not mistaken it has chain drine the chain links break and you have to replace them

Posted on May 13, 2009

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I have seen a number of domestic rotavators but haven't yet seen one with a reverse gear. You didn't make it clear in your description whether yours has a reverse gear and that is all that is working or whether it usually only moves forward but is moving backwards?

While it is theoretically possible for a 2-stroke engine to run backwards, your engine is a 4-stroke that is incapable of running backwards and so it would seem the gear selector is stuck if it has one or someone has carried out repair work and made a mistake or something else is broken.

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UNABLE TO SHIFT INTO GEAR LEVER STUCK, LOOSE OR ONLY SHIFTS 1 WAY (either up or...


UNABLE TO SHIFT INTO GEAR
LEVER STUCK, LOOSE OR ONLY SHIFTS 1 WAY (either up or down)

Check that its not just the gear pedal either stuck on its pivot shaft due to corrosion, & that it is not just spinning round on the gear change shaft
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Remove the right-hand engine cover & check that the shift shaft operates the claw (which turns the gear selector drum) & that all springs etc are OK.
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