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|Lewis||I have two (2) questions abut this tractor and would appreciate any help someonw can offer.
1. The left brake works fine. The right brake constantly bleeds down and the pedal goes all the way to the floor. I have bled it a couple of times but it continues to fail. What is the best solution to this problem?
2. The tractor has a T/A lever on the dash under the left side of the steering wheel. The lever will move up or down but nothing happens. How can I determine if the T/A is functional? What should I be looking for?
|George||My Father-in-law has one and his lever under the steering wheel on the dash next to the ignition switch is a kill switch lever. It kills the motor in the downward position.
|PAUL||George. Can you help me with ,how to bleed a dezeil internationl 574 tractor. regards Paul.