20 Most Recent Husqvarna Fast Tractor YTH24V48 48" 24HP Lawn Tractor 2014 Model - 960 43 01-82 Questions & Answers


These machines are usually hydro static transmissions. When you apply the parking brake they squeeze a disk inside of the transmission locking it with park brake. The procedure press brake tight and pull up on park brake lock lever.

Husqvarna Fast... | Answered on Dec 06, 2015


The locking is automatic:

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Husqvarna Fast... | Answered on Dec 06, 2015


Did you check the top of the gas cap for tape over it top of gas cap should have a small hole all the way through it.take a small piece of wire see if you can push it through . you might have other issues. If it does not.take cap off and drill tiny hole through it .or send cap back where you bought mower explain you want a new cap.

Husqvarna Fast... | Answered on May 18, 2014


Its a lock nut. Will take a little more levage.

Husqvarna Fast... | Answered on Apr 29, 2014


Remove cap on steering wheel, then remove nut.

Husqvarna Fast... | Answered on Apr 29, 2014


I am unfamiliar with the model but taking a guess; the drive belt could be slipping when it picks up something. It would be a good idea to look underneath to see what those sticks and stones might be getting stuck on instead of being thrown clear and check the drive belt for condition and tension.

Husqvarna Garden | Answered on Jan 17, 2021


The air gap should be as close as possible without touching, bearing in mind the flywheel will grow as it warms. I don't know the recommended gap for that engine but I usually set them to 0.008" and find that works ok.

Husqvarna Garden | Answered on Jan 13, 2021


Fundamentals

1. FUEL
2. COMPRESSION
3. SPARK

A simple diagnostic shortcut is starter fluid. Remove air filter and spray a short burst (1 second) of starter fluid directly into throat of carburetor. Promptly attempt to start.

If it runs for a couple seconds and dies, then compression and spark ok but fuel delivery is not. Check fuel lines and filter inside tank.

If no run, then conirfm spark and compression.
Remove spark plug and hold electrode end against the cylinder and pull starter cord. You should see a spark.

To test compression, spark plug removed, place thumb over spark plug hole and give starter a pull. The compression should push your thumb and make a PFffft sound.

Husqvarna Garden | Answered on Jan 12, 2021


Carburetor setting should be done by a dealer and by using a tachometer. However, to get a ballpark setting. Turn the screws in until they lightly seat, then turn the "H" and "L" screws out 1 1/2 turn. Then have your local dealer finish setting the carb.

Husqvarna Garden | Answered on Nov 24, 2020


Could be any number of things. Fuel, fuel filter, fuel line, fuel tank vent, fuel impulse, carburetor, intake leak, crankcase leak (shaft seals).

Husqvarna Garden | Answered on Nov 20, 2020


The ignition module air gap to flywheel magnet is 0.010 inches (0,3mm). If you dont have a brass feeler gauge use a single layer of electrical tape (0.007 in.) over flywheel magnet.

Sparkplug gap is 0.020 inches (0,5mm).

To test spark remove sparkplug for easier pull. Hold metal threads of plug against engine metal. Give a sharp pull on the starter rope.

If no spark, disconnect kill wire at the ignition module and make another pull.

If still no spark move plug to mounting screw of ignition module.

If still no spark, measure resistance of ignition module secondary winding (sparkplug wire to ignition module metal armature).Typical 5k to 8k ohms or more.

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Husqvarna Garden | Answered on Nov 10, 2020


I don't know, the specifications page doesn't give much technical detail at all.

The compression pressure at starting speed of a 2-stroke is lower than generally expected due to the engine capacity growing at a certain speed due to reflected exhaust pressure waves effectively blocking the exhaust port.
A too-high starting compression would result in fuel detonation at speed resulting in piston damage, something many motorcycle owners discovered the hard way in the early days of high performance Japanese bikes.

I would be content with around 100 psi but the real test is how the engine starts and works...

Husqvarna Garden | Answered on Oct 26, 2020


Possible seat switch. Try rising out of seat and sitting down hard. If problem abates then replace seat switch.

On this model I believe you can disconnect the seat switch and it will start and run (there won't be an operator not in seat safety, so reconnect after testing). Disconnect seat switch and try moving levers and see it problem goes away.

Husqvarna Garden | Answered on Oct 03, 2020


The user manual usually describes the adjustment process fairly well and usually it works well on a new or nearly new machine but not so well on older machines. The typical carburettor has three screws being the throttle stop adjustment for the idle speed, a mixture screw for low speed and one for high speed - by the time a machine has aged enough to need adjustment, getting it right is nearly impossible and getting it near enough to do the work is the main aim.

From the position the screws were in when the machine last run well it is important to note 1/8th of a turn at a time is the sort of adjustment needed. Adjust the low speed screw for a reasonable idle and then up to working speed to adjust the other for smooth running, or at least that is the theory.
The trouble is adjustment of one screw has an effect on the other which means a deal of patience toing and froing between the screws until a balance is reached...

Husqvarna Garden | Answered on Sep 08, 2020

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