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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
A very common problem with the GX series with Kawasaki engines. The carburetor 'inlet needle' sticks open and fills the crankcase with fuel. When checking the oil, it can be difficult to see the gasoline and the level appears to be OK. Remove the dipstick and smell the oil, you may detect a gasoline smell. Also, drain the oil, and you may find much more fluid than you expect.
The solution on newer mowers was to install an 'in-line' shut-off valve to keep the fuel from syphoning into the carburetor. The inlet needle and seat in the carburetor is NOT replaceable, so a new carburetor is the ultimate solution, but VERY expensive. Installing and using an in-line shut-off valve is more affordable.
Also, this situation is common when machine is transported on a trailer, as the bouncing causes the needle/seat to leak. When transporting, always turn off the fuel supply to the carburetor.
Posted on Nov 08, 2009
On both sides of trans housing just in front of axles is where brake shafts go into trans.To fix this you have to spray alot of lube between shaft and housing while trying to rotate shaft.This may take hours to free up and also check for the return springs to still be hooked up to lower roll bar frame.I have seen this alot in the 4000 series tractors.
Posted on Nov 14, 2009
Get in touch with your common sense. You have the deck out from under the mower and you have cleaned it. By chance is there a belt install guide on a sticker on the deck? This is a very common sticker. If you can get on fixya you can Google "John Deere deck belt install" with your model number. Failing all that, look at all the pulleys and the belt itself. The belt is flat on one side and v shaped on the other. Now look at all the pulleys, some have a groove and some are flat. The groove tells you the v of the belt goes in there and the flat tells you it is to take up slack or absorbs shock and the flat of the belt runs touches it. There is but one way it will go. One of the pulleys moves in an arc on a spring loaded swivel, that is your tensioner and will be the last one as you will move the tensioner to get it installed.
Posted on Aug 23, 2010
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