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Removal of the electric(coil) clutch that engages the drive belt for the mower deck. This is on an ingersoll rand garden tractor 4020 with an Onan engine. The coil shorted out last night, blew a 30 amp. fuse.Shut the tractor down , replaced fuse , tractor runs, however I need to replace the coil. How to remove it?

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Problem has b een resolved. I found a pair of channel-loks narrow enough to get down on the back side of the motor. Was able to get a good hold on the coupling that drives the hydraulic pump and loosen the bolt that held the old PTO electric clutch. Once the bolt was removed, it dissassembled very easily. Installation of the new clutch, although it is different from old one, went well also. Be sure to install new unit as one unit,(not in separate pieces).


Thanks for you concern, as I was at a standstill for awhile. Thanks for being there.

Lynn W. Smith

Posted on May 18, 2009

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