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GX75 Clutch adjustment , How to, John Deere ridding lawn mower

The clutch does not engage until the very top travel of the pedal on my GX75.

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: John Deere LT 133. Will not move with mower in gear and clutch/brake released. A smell like hot rubber prior. Mower will engage. Thanks.

It could be that the belt jumped off the pulleys and got caught between a pulley and a belt guide,or the trans-axel seized up ,or brake was stuck while in a high gear,and burned up the belt. most likely the first reason. if it wasn't for the burning rubber smell,I would also look for a broken clutch/brake return spring .The pedal would stay down with a broken spring

Posted on May 24, 2009

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SOURCE: Dies when clutch disengaged

It sounds like the seat switch is disconnected or failed. Check it out. If it thinks there is no **** on the seat it will cause your symptoms.

Posted on May 26, 2009

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SOURCE: pto clutch will not engage

ck fuses, and switch, for 12 volts

Posted on Sep 07, 2009

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SOURCE: Electric Clutch want engage the mower deck on my l120 john deere

They wear out. How old is the mower? Mine just gave out this week in the peak of hay season. (my grass) The wire can be unhooked from the PTO clutch and a 12 volt jumper can test it, if it jumps, it is good, if not, it is shorted out, they are expensive, I found 3 of them all the wrong size for mine. Try to find the same one. Ebay has a couple on there right now. Check it out.

Posted on Jun 10, 2010

philwalker78
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SOURCE: I have a John Deere LT 133 lawn mower, when I

There will be a faulty safety switch somewhere. Most likely the one on the seat. Regards Phil

Posted on Apr 11, 2011

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