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John Deere 6200 pto, no power
|tom||I have a John Deere 6200 pto turns, no power. How do I fix this?
|Dale||Tom: You need to take pressure readings on the pto circuit. The pto clutch runs off of transmission oil pump pressure. Take a pressure reading on the pipe plug pto port.
Does the pto shaft rotate with the lever in the off position? Usually it's the pto clutch pack that need replaced along with the pto clutch O-Rings. First you should put a pressure gauge in the system to make sure it's not a supply oil problem.
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