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Pto clutch noise

New clutch, washer is between block and clutch correctly. But when I start the engine the clutch starts smacking the post that keeps it from spinning. But it would break it off if I let it run. Why is this happening? It would spin the blades no problem but the post would break.

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  • Eugene Rounds May 11, 2014

    Hi Sonny Chase, I want to help you with your problem, but I need more information from you. Can you please add details in the comment box?
    Please you Cub's model from the serial decal and Can image that washer setup. Sounds like it in the wrong place.

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SOURCE: PTO WHEN PULLED DOES NOT ENGAGE....BLADES DO NOT START...

Check your mower deck spindles and belt. If belt is slipping at all the PTO will not engage.

Posted on Sep 15, 2010

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SOURCE: PTO problem on a model

Hi,
I would be looking at the ignition switch....but before replacing it I would be looking for a friend with an electrical meter and checking the wiring for power coming out of the switch to the cluthch, this way you can narrow it down positively before buying parts.

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Posted on Jun 18, 2011

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SOURCE: cub cadet 1040 blades spinning when pto isnt engaged

Sounds like you forget a spring or the routing belts are
wrong.

Posted on Sep 30, 2012

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If you are talking about an electric PTO system, then there are two possible causes. The first is voltage drop. If your alternator is not charging the battery correctly, the available power to operate the PTO Clutch will drop below critical level. If you have to keep putting the battery on charge, this is almost certainly the cause.

The second possibility is mechanical failure of the PTO clutch. One of the most common clutch failures causes them to overheat and when the temperature increases, so does the electrical resistance.

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Hi and welcome to FixYa, I am Kelly.
Look inside the cowl on the same plane as the clutch / brake pedals. There should be a rectangular fuse recepticle with a 20 Amp plug in fuse. Just look up and down inside the cowling using the clutch / brake pedal as a reference point to start searching, You will find it. If the fuse keeps failing you will have to start chasing clutch / brake switch wires, PTO clutch wires, and Seat switch wires. Most of the time the failures are at or near the switches. As for the PTO clutch... belts over time slap the wires of the PTO clutch and either chafe the wires or break them at the PTO clutch.
Engine overspeed on this model also causes the engine alternator to fail the fuse.

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