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PTO pedal will not engage with tractor on
|Drav||Hello. I recently purchased a 1958 John Deere 620. The only apparent issue my 620 has (besides the common oil leak around the top link arm) is that I can not push the PTO pedal forward while the tractor is running. To engage it I have to shut the tractor off and then push the foot pedal forward. At that point it pushes forward with what I believe is the correct amount of resistance (I grew up on a JD 630).
I have not started down the road of adjusting anything yet concerning the PTO so I haven't dug in too deep but I was wondering if anyone else has encountered this issue.
The PTO does spin when it is engaged, even with the pedal down so I know that the break needs adjusting. Other than that, it doesn't make a lot of sense to me why the pedal will not go forward while the tractor is running.
|Drav||In case someone searches for this later, the fix was quite easy and maybe that is why no one replied.
I simply changed the oil, using a "cleaning agent" after draining the old. I put in a non detergent 10W and the PTO works as it should now.
If you run into this issue, please try a good oil changing before you begin adjusting everything. I am glad I did or I would have thrown everything out of alignment.
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