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Scott's 1642 trans won't move
I have had my sctotts tractor sense 2002/3 and this is the first time this has happened. Was out mowing like usual no problems. Then once I was about done and then it sounded like it was slipping. Still moves forward or back but once I'm on it or it has any major load or hill it just stays there and has a whine noise. Now I look under and found the drive belt to be worn so replaced it but still have the problem.
I can only say the only thing I noticed is when I had the belt off I moved the fan on top of the trans and it was making sorta the same noise. What should I look for? I have no problem ripping it apart but want to know what to look for. All help is truly appreciated. Thanks in advance
|rcbe||that strange noise you heard may have been worn splines on the hydro tranny input shaft where the fan and pulley tie together to get drive from the belt. Slippage at that point could account for the loss of forward/reverse motion. Chk it out.
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