Question about John Deere Garden
As per instructions from the instruction manual, I placed my John Deere JS45 on its left side in order to clean the underside of the machine, when, a few minutes later, I noticed the oil had drained from the JS45 onto my drive. The oil cap (dip stick) had NOT been removed. Why did the oil drain out? Perhaps the oil cap was not completely closed, allowing for oil to leave. It was a fairly substantial stream of oil falling onto the cement. IS THERE ANOTHER EXIT POINT IN THE JS45 THAT ALLOWED THE OIL TO LEAVE WHEN THE MOWER WAS PLACED ON IT LEFT SIDE?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
make shure none of your hydrolic cylenders are extended and fill it up till you can stick you finger in there and it barley touches if you do this when cylenders are extended you will over fill it.
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
Remember the belt rule, V of the belt goes in V pulleys.Flat pulleys that are stationary or move get the back of the belt. You can figure it out. Its not rocket science. Remember at some point there has to be a tensioner,usually gets the back of the belt if its a flat pulley. U may have to remove the spring and then reattach the spring after the belt is routed.
Posted on Oct 29, 2009
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