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Xmark quest will not move. Wheels seem locked.try to move forward or backward nothing happens,but hydros groan like they are trying to move.

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Simple fix for forward-back movement axis inversion:

In "My Documents\My Games\Gears of *** for Windows\***Game\Config", edit the file "***Input.ini". At the very top, under the section "[Engine.PlayerInput]", change your MoveForwardSpeed to a negative number, like this:

MoveForwardSpeed=-1200

Note that I only play offline, and this setting in this file works great for me with Logitech Rumblepad 2 (although all of the other buttons are still a little off, but that I can live with). I tried every other reference to forward-backward movement and the left Y axis in this file, as well as "<installdir>\Engine\Config\BaseInput.ini" and "<installdir>\***Game\Config\DefaultInput.ini", so don't bother with those...

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SOURCE: Honda Harmony mower, self propelled hydrostatic,

If i remember correctly, under each drive wheel, there is a small gear, and under each gear there is a small metal rod that is what the transmission uses to propel the mower...it sounds like the rods either have dirt on them or they are just stuck and can not move to allow you to pull it backwards

Posted on Apr 26, 2009

SOURCE: The rear wheels will not turn in reverse at all. I

Rear wheel drives like this have pinion gears with rachet pawls that allow them to go backwards freely while locking when the transmission drives them.

You need to take off your rear wheels and carefully remove the pawls. They look like little squareish metal shaft keys with springs under them. You should notice that the keys or pawls are covered in what looks like grease.....which is actually worm metal from the pinion gear and oil mixed together to form this pastey greasey substance. Clean all that stuff off and lightly oil *( light oil...3 in 1 kind of oil) and reassemble.

You should hear the nice clean clicking of the rachet pawls as you roll backwards again!

Good luck and be careful!

Posted on Jul 01, 2010

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Check the pump.Thanks for asking and I hope this helps out.Please leave me 4 thumbs up.

Posted on Jul 20, 2010

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SOURCE: power seat won't move backwards

I had the same problem some one on one of the web-sites solved his problem by banging on the track rail in the front while pushing the seat button back after a good few bangs it unjamed and works great now .I feel like I saved at least $1500 by dealer rates.

Posted on Aug 19, 2010

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