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Charge up battery then take to auto parts store to check condition.vwfish wrote:I still couldn't get it started as the battery drained after only 10 or so engine revolutions (I should have stopped right there...too much draw).
Remove hood and then remove fan assembly. Put on bench. Oil. Test for bad bearings.What I am far more concerned about is prior to the fan appearing to lock tight.
Transmission frozen up, either mechanically or full of ice. Put tractor in warm area for couple of days or heat source on transmission. Remove transmission drain plug and let drain for a couple of days. Once drained and or thawed out. Tractor out of gear, push tractor forward a couple of feet. If both wheels roll forward - problem solved. If not remove the transmission cover - probably locked in two gears.I pulled the tractor down the road to get it started and when I let the clutch out the left wheel kind of spun and skidded forward (intermittently) and the right wheel kind of spun and skidded backwards.
vwfish wrote:...How does one properly tighten the fan to the mount???
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