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Lose drive power after mowing awhile 20 min. or so is a hydrostatic forwards or reverse, motor runs fine, cuts good after setting 40 mins. or so runs good for awhile cooling fan seems to work ok


Unfortunately, it does sound like the symptoms of a failing transmission. You don't say how many hours are on the meter and how often you have changed the tranny fluid. What follows is a general discussion of Hydro-trannys. If this is your problem the info may help.

For a machine specific diagnoses we need
Make
Model
Year
Engine Model (Briggs engines,look above the starter on single cylinder models, opposite side on twin cylinder models)
Transmission Model (sticker on back of tranny axle)
Deck Size
Hours on meter (indicates wear patterns and problems that only occur with time.)
If you haven't already done so, add a short description of the events preceding the beginning of the problem.

The NOT SERVICEABLE UN-TRUTH.

The Huskvarna YTH150 uses Hydrogear transmission 319-0650, drive model 150071. One place to find parts and diagrams for most Huskvarnas is here: http://www.m-and-d.com/Hydro-Gear_parts.html

MTDs use Hydrogear trannys also. Go to the site and enter 618-0319 in the search box. It will bring up a selection of MTD transmissions.

Sears Craftsmen mowers also have trannys from Hydro-Gear.

The best lawn tractor Hydrostatic Transmission Fluid is actually 10W-50 synthetic motor oil (like Mobil 1). Do not use hydraulic fluid or transmission fluid.

Hydro static transmissions on most lawn tractors are very similar. Most of them are made by one or two manufacturers. Tuff Torq makes a lot of them, but not the Huskvarnas. They do make all the John Deere lawn tractor hydro drives. The lawn tractor manufacturers (like JD) often say they are sealed and not serviceable. That is flat out, an untruth. All of the JD hydros, and most all others, are serviceable. A complete line of rebuild/replacement parts can be found at Tuff Torq. Info and instructions can be found there. They have a lot of good general info for anyone rebuilding their tranny.

Additionally, I have found that the mower manufacturers fill them (or spec them) with motor oil, 10W-30W. In the service manual, and at the hydro manufacturer, you are told if your tractor is used in extreme or heavy duty situations it's best to drain the oil and replace it with 10W-50 synthetic motor oil (like Mobil 1™). Truth is the tranny should have this oil from the get go. It will give you more power and extend the life of the tranny. The mower manufacturers are all just being cheap. They figure why not, you're the one who has to pay for the early failure. Oh yeah, one other minor detail, the tranny manufacturer also recommends regular oil changes, like every 100 hours.

Virtually all of these trannys have a black drain plug on the top, if they do not have the add on reservoir. You have to remove the tranny from the mower (not a difficult things to do, it takes about 30 min). Pull that black plug (I used a 1" putty knife to pry mine out) and turn the tranny upside down for about 30 min to completely drain. Most hold about 2 quarts. Flip it back, right side up, and refill. Install plug and reinstall tranny. Note: under the plug there is often a magnet which collects metal shavings. Lift this magnet out while you have the plug out; clean it and replace it. It may fall out while the tranny is upside down. If anything else falls out, you have a broken tranny and will have to take it apart.

When you refill the fluid just keep filling till it comes up within a quarter inch of the plug. You may have to go through a bleed process after reinstalling the tranny. The tuff torq site explains the bleed process.
Tuff Torq Lawn Garden

Apr 15, 2015 | Garden

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No spark on Huskvarna Rancher 55


disconnect any and all kill wires going to the coil... if you still have no spark then it can ONLY be the coil... if this produces spark then you have a kill system problem or your flywheel has no magnetism... and this can be the only solution as you do not have points/condenser or things just went full derp

Aug 27, 2014 | Garden

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No spark with Huskvarna Rancher 55. New coil


anon re connect the kill switch. If this fail try connecting the two ends of the wire to the kill switch together.

Aug 27, 2014 | Garden

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Huskvarna Rancher 55 (~2000) no spark


could be in your switch. the ground wire needs to be attatched for new coil to work

Aug 26, 2014 | Garden

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Huskvarna trimmer 252rx engine flooding


sounds like a carb issue--remove carb dismantle inspect and clean then reinstall.

Jul 08, 2014 | Husqvarna Garden

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Refilled the fuel on my Huskvarna chainsaw and now it wont restart


Just check that it is mechanically sound, remove the muffler and check the condition of the piston skirt through thre open exhaust port, any signs of scuffing or damage and the cylinder will have to come off the assess the damage,

Oct 24, 2011 | Husqvarna 455 Rancher 555cc 35 hp 20"...

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My leaf blower will start but wont run when i give it gas it dies. Huskvarna 125B


fuel system needs cleaned
check fuel lines
filter
remove carburetor for replacing diaphragms/gaskets

Nov 08, 2009 | Husqvarna Garden

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Huskvarna Viking quilters 850 I keep getting


it is a problem your tech can fix, ( should have been done when he had the covers off) but take it back in and tell him to adjust the sensor on the cutter so it doesn't rub and to clean the sensor. this will fix the problem

Oct 20, 2009 | Husqvarna Viking 1

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