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HYDRASTATIC TRANSMISSION DOESN'T MOVE

TRACTOR STOPPED WHILE MOWING. CHECKED AND FOUND BELT OFF, REATTACHED BELT BUT TRACTOR STILL DOES NOT MOVE. WHERE AND HOW DO YOU CHECK THE HYDRASTATIC TRANSMISSION FLUID ON A HUSQVARNA TRACTOR MODEL 1528.
ALSO BOUGHT TRACTOR USED, BUT STILL UNDER WARRANTY. DO YOU KNOW IF HUSQVARNA WARRANTIES ARE TRANSFER-ABLE? THE OWNERS MANUAL EXPLAINS NOTHING ABOUT THE TRANSMISSION.

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Sure the belt is routed correctly?
If the Hydro suddenly ran out of oil, there should be a nice puddle or a trail of oil.
Check the belt on the engine pulley, it can slip down from the pulley.

Posted on Jun 25, 2009

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Far as I know the warranties are not transferable. Some hydrastatic transmission fluid can be checked by removing the battery and underneath there is a place to put the fluid and to check it. But not all models or makes gives you this option.

Posted on Jun 22, 2009

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