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Zetor tractor 4341 super forward and reverse lever

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SOURCE: Loss on drive on Poulan Lawn Tractor

Check to make sure the belt is not broken or did not come off the transaxle pulley, you can check by removing battery from under seat and pulling battery box out to examine top of transaxle,Pay close attention to the wire belt guide on the rh side of the transaxle pulley it should be close to the backside of the belt after it is reinstalled.If you recently may have removed the rear tire make sure the square key on the axle didn't drop out.Is the tractor a hydrostat drive? If so make sure brake is not stuck on,if it was it would make a grinding noise.

Posted on Jul 30, 2009

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SOURCE: tractor won't go forward or reverse

Check the drive belt. It has probably broken or has come loose.

Posted on Sep 01, 2009

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SOURCE: my craftsman lawn tractor has a 42 in. deck, w/21

YOUR TRANS IS BAD

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SOURCE: 24 hp. garden tractor goes in reverse but not forward

SOUNDS LIKE ITS TIME FOR A NEW TRNS AXEL

Posted on Oct 30, 2009

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SOURCE: John deer 6400 Shuttle shift will not engauge

You have the old style reverser which has been replaced by one that beeps instead of kicking out.These are a known problem with Deere and that is why you can't buy them anymore.The fact that you can hold it in yourself indicates that the enable solenoid and the forward and reverse solenoid are ok and all safety switches are working.You need to replace the reversrer.

Posted on Feb 05, 2010

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