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|bill walworth||I recently purchased a Case 224 lawn tractor and I don't completely understand the forward and reverse hydro shift lever operation. It has a detent at the slow speed and a detent at the high speed, but none in between. The speed is variable between these ranges but I have to hold the lever in position. Is this normal? Also does any one know a source for an owner or service manual?
|dave||Bill. I have owned a 224 for the past 12 years. The hydro shift lever should stay in any position you place it in, either forward or reverse. The only reson it would come back to the neutral position is possibly becasue the park brake is depressed. This is a safety feature on this model, depending on the years you have. Mine is a 1979. Check the park brake to make sure it is completly off. Hope this helps.