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Have a 19.5 HP Craftsman lawn tractor ,automatic-it will run forward but slower than usual and in reverse very, very slow. does it have a place to check the transmission fluid? It has recently had a new transmission installed in it by a registered tech.

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Personally my best advice is to take it back to the tech. Why? Because they should stand behind it if they just installed it and two...it may void the warranty if you touch it

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