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TRANSMISSION LOOSES PULLING POWER AFTER WARNING UP

AFTER MOWING FOR ABOUT 30-45 MIN MOWER LOOSES PULLING POWER NEED TO KNOW WHERE FILL PLUG IS AND TYPE FLUID TO USE OLDER MODEL AROUND 1999-2002 Same here on Hayter Heritage ST42... I've seen elsewhere posts about purging the air out of the system ???


Didn't understand it though and I am hoping for a idiots guide to how to do this.......


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The first step is to replace the air filter you'd be suprisied.then the fuel filter .take a test run after that.hope this helps

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