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J Deere LX277 has stopped. Engine is running great,,,wont go forward or back...transmission fluid level is good..help

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I don't have a John Deere. Had a Wheel Horse once; same problem. There is a transmission switch in back beside the right rear wheel; slides in and out. MAYBE this helps!

Posted on Mar 21, 2011

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