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After pushing the transmission bypass rod back in the machine will not move

Its like its still in bypass mode.

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when you take them out it's a good idea to keep them in a certian order that you will remember but im guessing that you didnt. its not really a big deal, just put them back in however it shouldnt hurt anything

Posted on Feb 24, 2009

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Rock the tractor back and forth by hand as you push the rod in. Regards Phil

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Your push rods are different lengths. The intake push rods are the shorter ones and are marked with yellow paint. The exhaust push rods are marked with green paint. Double-check to make absolutely certain that you have them all in the correct position. (failure to do so will cause IMMEDIATE severe engine damage when the starter is cranked.)

Other than that, it is common for the lifters to leak down when the engine has been disassembled. I have even had several that made it very hard to start and "clattered" for like 5 minutes after starting the engine. It will be OK when the lifters pump back up.

Posted on Apr 24, 2012

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