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jd 212 loss power going up a hill
|Tom Rosensteel||My jd 212 going up a hill goes very slow, but on flat ground runs at a normal speed. It need an adjustment but where do i start?
|rcbe||if your jd212 has a hydrostatic transmission for ground drive, then time to chk the owners manual for any related maintenance details ranging from cleaning out accumulated trash to changing out fluid and filter.
If no detail and you are handy, pull tranny, turn upside down, drain old fluid, replace/reinstall. OTW, prolly time for a visit to your JD dealer after checking for worn belts, sloppy controls, etc.
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