Topic: Re: 175c stopped
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I have made several calls to 15C/175cs with the "It won,t move condition" Most of the time a kid or someone has been up on the tractor and knocked the hi/low into nutrual. Be real sure it is in fact going into gear. Just hearing or feeling gears grind does not mean you have into gear. Takes a real postive move to get that fork to slide. That being said IF in fact you have it in gear the next place to go is a preasure control valve there on the front top of the transmission. You have three small check points there. You may have a preasure valve stuck open and just not getting preasure to the transmission shift tower. But again the most common is the hi/low in nutural..
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