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Tractor just quit moving....won't go forward or reverse??

Engine runs, blades work, engage pin in rear is all the way in.....

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If you have a release pin, you have a hydrostatic transmission and if you know about the pin, you knew to check the belt and if you saw it was ok, your trans might be cooked my friend.

Posted on Nov 22, 2013

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    Rick Meyer Nov 23, 2013

    Thanks Salvagedrover....I had to drop the mower deck out of the way and found the drive belt was off one of the middle pulleys...Trans good, easy fix this time...

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SOURCE: Troy Bilt ride-on mower will not move in either fwd or reverse

Is the parking brake on? Or if it's a hydrostatic (automatic) there is a release lever to push the unit around when it isn't running. Most of those releases are on the back of the machine, and you just push it in for drive and pull it out to push.

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SOURCE: need help installing drive belt on lawn

look at the back and see if there is a lever.
it might solve your problem.

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SOURCE: hydrostatic cooling fan belt adjustment

If the belt is loose it may simply be worn out and need to be replaced. Look carefully to be sure that the belt didn't come off one of the pulley wheels as this might give it the appearance of being loose.

The way the belt tightener is engineered, there is no tightening to it, just spring tension. Get back and let me know where it is at. I know I can assist you in gettting to the bottom of this problem.

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SOURCE: Honda HTR3009 riding mower runs great but won't

sounds like your drive belt is slipping.

look under your engine (you may have to raise the cover to engine to do this), see if the belt that is around the pully which is on your engine drive shaft is on correctly or is in need of replacing.

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SOURCE: Cub Cadet engine runs but, also will not go in forward or reverse

you didnt say what model this is, but i assume its hydrostatic because it has a drive shaft. is the hydrostatic unit filled with oil¿ if its ok, check the linkage from the pedal to the rearend (hydrostatic drive) make sure its not broken or loose.. if that l@@ks ok, check both ends of the drive shaft making sure the couplers are not broke and the drive shaft is ok. hope this helps.

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