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You will need to jack up the truck by the frame on the side that has the broken spring not by the axle. Then when the tire is off the ground loosen the leaf retention bolts that hold the spring to the axle remove the broken spring and replace it. Side note have a good set of jack stands to support the vehicle while you work on replacing the broke spring never trust a jack they can give away at any time.
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to find out if your spring is broken wthout knowing you can spray a paint line all across the spring and then when you open the door the paint should go into a swirl if the spring is good if not the spring is broken.
You could have a broken door spring or the drive gear is going bad. You need to remove the cover to check the gear. It is white nylon and is just in front of the motor. You can also increase the 'up force' which is a control on the rear of the motor unit.
There are many springs on a riding mower. Is it the clutch spring, the idler pulley spring, or maybe the blade brake springs. There are also springs on the brakes and even under the set. Please be more specific.
Its a missing or broken spring in the handle(trigger). If you look inside the handle you should see a circular spring around the post of the trigger. This spring returns trigger to idle position. If its missing or broken the trigger won't spring back.
Put the Brake spring under the gas pedal (think its the same part) and then get a "Squash Ball" (small hollow ball for the game Squash) and tape that in place of the spring, you brake pedal will now feel more firm like a real car....