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After changing mower deck drive belt on husqvarna yth22v46 lawn tractor, the attatchment clutch lever seems to not move the pulley that tightens the belt. spring and clutch cable dont look broken?

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Possibly incorrect routing of the new belt, check the manual for correct routing.

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SOURCE: husqvarna yth1842xp 2005 ride on mower won't move in gear

your linkage came apart from the way it sounds. most all these riding lawn mowers are simple machines. you need to fallow the(flopppy lever) and see where it go's it is supposed to attach to a rod or cable and must have came unhooked

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SOURCE: Knocking in mower deck or belt clutch when engaging blades, motor bogs / slows down

YOU MAY HAVE A BENT BLADE OR EXESSEIVE BUILD UP UNDER THE DECK

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you need to remove the mower deck there you will see the pullys.

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SOURCE: i cant replace the deck belt on my husqvarna ct151 lawn mower

The manual shows how the belts are put on, if you do not have one they may be purchased through dealers or small engine repair shops or online. On mine there is also a little diagram on the top of the mower deck. Another way to check is find an identical one that is functional and look at its belt. There are only so many ways it could fit and these are all made by just one or two manufacturers so there is not much variance.

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I need help putting rear end back together on a 10 hp30 Murray riding lawnmower


Safety and Preparation Serious injury can occur if the engine or mower blades accidentally start while you are working with lawn tractors. To prevent this, drive the Murray lawn tractor onto a flat work surface and disengage the mowing deck cutting blades. Engage the parking brake to keep the mower from moving; chock the wheels with a wooden block or brick. Adjust the mowing deck to the lowest position. Turn off the engine and remove the key from the ignition. While not necessary, you may even wish to disconnect the spark plug wire from the spark plug. Mowing Deck Removal You must remove the mowing deck on a Murray lawn tractor to gain access to the belts. Remove the adjustment rod hairpins, followed by the adjustment rod pins from the front left and right sides of the mowing deck. At the rear on the left and right sides, pull out the retaining hairpins and slide the mowing deck suspension links from the adjuster plates to separate the rear mowing deck from the frame. Remove the blade control rod stud, including the hairpin and washer, from the top of the blade control lever shift linkage at the left rear of the deck. Remove the front hanger rod, including the hairpin and flat washer that hold the rod in place. Loosen the belt guide retaining bolts with a socket wrench and remove the engine stack pulley belt so you can slide the mower deck out from under the tractor Transmission Drive Belt Installation Slide the new transmission drive belt between the engine stack pulley belt guides, over the belt guide plate and under the engine stack pulley. Fit the transmission drive belt around the top engine stack pulley. Push the free end of the transmission drive belt up through the transmission shifter hole in the lawn tractor floorboard. Slip the transmission drive belt loop over the transmission shifter. Pull the transmission drive belt down through the transmission shifter hole. Fit the transmission drive belt around the transmission drive pulley and tighten the transmission drive pulley belt guide retaining bolts to hold it in place. Fit the transmission drive belt flat side around the idler pulley. Slide the idler pulley onto the idler pulley stud while holding the belt in place. Tighten the transmission idler pulley retaining nut with a socket wrench to secure the idler pulley to the idler pulley stud. Mowing Deck Drive Belt Installation Pull back on the right side mowing deck mandrel pulley spring-tensioned belt retainer. Guide the new mowing deck drive belt around the right side mandrel pulley and release the belt retainer. Pull the drive belt spring-tensioned retainer away from the mowing deck idler pulley, guiding the deck drive belt around the idler pulley. Fit the mowing deck drive belt around the left side mandrel pulley and under the rear mowing deck cross link rod between the right and left side mandrel pulley. Slide the mowing deck under the right side lawn tractor frame, reconnecting the deck to the frame in reverse order of removal. Engage and disengage the mower deck while driving the mower to test the belt for proper operation.

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Mower wont move forward or backwards and makes a ticking noise when pushed.


Just a thought , maybe the key that locks the pulley to the input shaft on top of the transmission has sheared and the pulley is just spinning on the shaft or the key on the axle shaft that locks the wheel to the axle and that would allow the brakes not to work.

May 19, 2016 | Husqvarna Lawn Tractor - 54in. Deck, 26...

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WILL NOT DRIVE FORWARD OR REVERSE


It sounds like the drive belt has slipped off a pulley. With fuel turned off, tilt the mower to one side- so the fuel cap is at the highest point of the tank, and cannot leak fuel out the breather hole. One belt will drive from the engine and the other end goes around an idler pulley. The other belt will drive from the axle to an idler pulley and will be slightly loose. This is the one that may have slipped from its position and not be contacting one or more pulleys when tightened. There should be a pair of pulleys, each being one side of the drive belt. Pressing the forward control should move one pulley onto the drive belt and simultaneously tighten the axle belt. Pressing the reverse control should engage the other pulley(on the opposite side of the belt) and also tighten the axle belt. This loose belt may have been bumped off one or more pulleys in the collision, and be sitting between the pulley and the guide/guard. With the ENGINE OFF, and the forward/reverse selector in neutral you should be able to force the loose belt back over the pulley.
Whether the forward/reverse mechanism drives the engine or axle pulley, the principle will be the same.

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Husqvarna YTH2348 when clutch pedal is released, something grinds below and makes a lot of noise, but tractor does move.


Not sure what is going on here, these machines do not have a clutch as such, it will be a idler pulley that is pulled onto the back of the belt to tention it thus taking the drive to the hydro unit, so it may be a simple idler pulley replacment, or slave pulley replacement, with the hydro in neutral have somebody sit in the seat and work the pedal whilst you look under neath and watch what is happening.

Jul 26, 2012 | Husqvarna Lawn Tractor 48" Deck, 23 Hp,...

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Is there a way to tighten the deck belt? i have gone through 2 belts and they dont seem to be tight around the pulleys.


Your deck should have a couple "idler" pulleys on them in addition to the main mandrell pulleys that have tension on them via springs to keep tension on your deck belt. Maybe you need to really examine the condition of those "idler" pulleys and also the main pulleys to find the problem.

Sep 10, 2011 | Husqvarna Riding Lawn Mower 46 Cut Kohler...

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My Motion Drive Belt slipped of it's pulley on a Husqvarna Riding Mower Model 917-289570. Do I have to remove the rear tire to put the belt back on?


i had a 2148. you remove the mower deck as the first step. feed the belt over the pulley on top the transmission, then put it over the engine pulley. then have someone push the clutch pedal in so the tensioner pulley moves, put the belt in the guide pulley and on the tensioner. release the clutch put the deck back on and you are good to go. notice there are little keepers welded to the frame for the front, engine, pulley and it is easy to mistakenly put the belt over them instead of under them.

a general rule is that a pulley shaped like a Vee takes the V of the belt whilst a pulley which is flat takes the flat back of the belt. if you bear that in mind you will not have a problem putting belts back on. also there is a little decal on top the deck showing how the deck belt and deck drive belt go.

Sep 09, 2011 | Husqvarna Riding Lawn Mower 42 Inch Cut...

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I have a yth18542 riding mower and the blade do not engage. no objects in deck and belt is fine. any solutions?


Make sure the "engagement pulley" assy. is moving when the blades are engaged. This can sometimes "freeze" and not move to tighten the belt. You may also make sure the cable is intact as well. These have also been known to brake inside the housing and even though the lever moves, the cable does not pull. These are just a few of the common issues you may want to check. Hope it gets you in the right direction.

Mar 01, 2011 | Husqvarna Lawn Tractor 48" Deck, 23 Hp,...

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Hello I have a husqvarna YTH22V46 riding mower that doesn't want to move. I have changed drive belt in the spring and it worked fine but now mulching leaves the drive has slowed. I have replaced the belt...


Bleed the air out of the transmission. Pull the lever at the rear of the garden tractor and disengage the transmission. Then fire it up and press forward pedal for ten seconds, then reverse for ten seconds. Do this a total of three times, then re-engage the transmission. I had the problem you did, but after reading you had questionable success changing the belt, I read the freaking manual and saw that you should do this when it's brand new. I figured it couldn't hurt, and voila, I could pull inclines again and go much faster.

Nov 14, 2010 | Husqvarna Garden

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Mower deck clutch cable removal (model 917.28722). Detail provided in manual does not seem to match product. Need to remove this in order to remove deck and replace belt. Belt has squealed since new.


You should not need to remove the deck or the clutch cable just to change the belt.

  • ensure mower clutch lever is in the off position
  • lift the front of the tractor approx 24 or more inches.
  • lower the mower deck as far as it will go
  • locate & remove the cotter pin from the right (discharge) side mower lift arm where it attaches to the rear of the mower
  • release the lift arm from the mower deck to allow it to drop (it will hang from the other 3 points)
You should now have plenty of clearance to change the belt. Remove the belt from the engine pulley first and replace the new belt on the engine pulley last that will make it easier to change the belt.

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The belt dry rotted and flew off without me being able to remove it myself, now I need to know how to install the new drive belt.


To install the drive belt you will have to remove the drive belt first.
Follow the procedure: ---
Park the tractor on a level surface. Set the parking brake and remove the key from the ignition. Study the belt replacement guide decal located underneath the left foot board for proper belt routing instructions.
Remove the mowing deck by first moving the attachment clutch lever to the disengaged position (toward you). Move the attachment lift lever all the way forward to lower the mower housing to its down position.
Crawl beneath the tractor and roll the drive belt off engine pulley (it hangs directly beneath the engine). Remove small retainer clip that holds the clutch spring to the pulley bolt located at the center of the mowing deck. Remove the large retainer springs (two of them), then slide the belt collar away from the mower housing and off the housing bracket.
Disconnect the anti-sway bar rods from the chassis brackets by removing the retaining cotter pins. Disconnect front links from the mower deck by removing retaining cotter pins. Disconnect the suspension arms from the rear mower deck brackets by removing the two cotter pins.
Move the attachment lift lever all the way to the forward position to raise the mower suspension arms to the full up position. Slide the mower deck out from beneath the tractor.
Crawl beneath the tractor and roll the drive belt off of the stationary idler pulley and the clutching idler pulley. They are both located immediately adjacent to the engine pulley. Be sure the belt is already away from the engine pulley, as well.
Push the drive belt slack toward the rear of tractor. Remove the drive belt from the Trans axle pulley by taking it over the trans axle pulley while compressing the movable belt keepers surrounding it. Remove the old belt from the tractor by pushing it clear of the center span keeper (located beneath the Trans axle pulley).
Install a new drive belt by following the reverse of the instructions for removal. Test the tractor and mower for normal operation.
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Jul 19, 2010 | Garden

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