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PTO on JD1010
|Cary Gainey||I bought a JD 1010 a few weeks ago with a locked up pto. The previous owner said he heard a "pop" and the pto quit turning. To engage/disengage the pto does not bind the motor or cause the tractor to run any different. Am I going to have to break this tractor in half to fix it or can it be done by taking the pto shaft out through the rear?
|Dale||Gary: If you pull on the pto engagement lever and the shaft is rotating and there is nothing happening you need to first take the rear plate off and pull the pto shaft. If the splines are good on each end then in fact you need to go into the transmission and see if the roll pin in the pto shift shaft is not broken and sliding the gear with the fork. That is a gear type system where the lever slides the fork pulling the gears into mesh for the pto.
Thanks for the response. The shaft is locked up tight. Won't turn in either direction.
|eddie||have removed steering shaft and control valve but how do you remove the short splined shaft that comes through top of radiator and connected to worm gear in top front
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