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Husqvarna 54 inch mower won't pull itself - Husqvarna 24HP 54" Yard Tractor ()

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    Phil Walker Mar 28, 2011

    Are you saying it has no drive at all and is it a hydrostatic drive system?

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: Husqvarna, GTH2454T Hydrostatic power loss.

If it's like mine the transmission is sealed and cannot be serviced. A local repair shop told me most likely the problem isn't with the transmission but rather the engine pulley is worn. He said if sand or debris gets between the belt and the pulley which has a definite "V" shape to it that it will wear down to a "U" shape. Now mine has a foot clutch on the left side so he had me pull back on the pedal which manually tightens the belt. I did this and it works like a champ. This winter I'll change the pulley.

Posted on Sep 16, 2009

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SOURCE: Husqvarna 54 inch rider, fairly new, bought used.

the Rake adjustment is critical on this mower make sure the front to back is within 1/4 inch of each other with front being the lower this adjustment is on the front if its a single rod the bracket that attaches it to steering axle is probably sprung back this happens from running the mower into something with the deck.

Posted on Dec 03, 2009

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SOURCE: 2007 Husqvarna Riding mower blade will not engage

Sounds like you electric blade clutch is bad. I just had the same thing happen to my exmark mower. I was cutting grass and the engine just shut down. It would not crank over. Checked the fuses and replaced one blown fuse. The engine wanted to crank over but it was locked up. I looked the engine over and seen that the bearing in the electric clutch seized up causing the clutch to melt.

Posted on Apr 25, 2010

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SOURCE: My 54" Husqvarna L&G tractor

the internal clutch has gave out. On the Honda brands the clutch plate can be reversed to repair this situation if happening. On yours I have no idea if that will work for I never had one of these apart before

Posted on Apr 30, 2011

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Hi Sue and welcome to FixYa, I am Kelly. You have been quite lucky to get 7 years out of your battery. Given the age of the battery that is currently installed this is most likely your problem. You have voltage but very little amperage due to thinned out battery plates.... (
Let me know how it goes.

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Posted on Aug 09, 2011

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The mower starts but the blade switch won't conect yth1542xp


Husqvarna uses an electronic clutch to engage the mower deck. When the clutch works itself out of adjustment it will quit working. Sometimes it will blow the 20 fuse and the tractor will continue to run, but the blade won't engage. When you then shut off the tractor it won't crank again until you replace the fuse. When you attempt to engage the blades again, the fuse will blow again.

Follow this link for a detailed description of the adjustment process:

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Husqvarna 54 inch rider, fairly new, bought used. Deck will not fully lower or raise even after levelling per manual. Are 54 in decks more susceptible to this type issue?


the Rake adjustment is critical on this mower make sure the front to back is within 1/4 inch of each other with front being the lower this adjustment is on the front if its a single rod the bracket that attaches it to steering axle is probably sprung back this happens from running the mower into something with the deck.

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