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|Larry||I have a G1000 and am have trouble with gettting the clutch disengaged. It will go into gear but grinds alot. When I press the clutch I can tell that is still is engaged a little bit. Just wondering how I can correct the problem.
|Craig C.||chances are you have an oil leak that has coated the clutch disk. About the only way to correct this is to break the tractor in half, find the reason for the leak ,(possibly a leaky pto shaft seal) clean the clutch assembly, and reassemble. Sorry for the good news.