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Re: 9n won't move in any gear but pto works.

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Firstthing i would do is pull one of the inspection covers and check the coupler that connects the transmissiono output shaft to the pinion shaft in the differential. If it appears to be intact have some one gently ease out on the clutch with the tractor in gear and watch the pionion shaft to determine if it is turning. If it is the problem is in the differential.


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 Re: 9n won't move in any gear but pto works. in reply to TheOldHokie, 03-03-2013 15:04:45  
Thanks for your quick responses. I'll pul the inspection cover off first chance I get. The trouble started a month or so ago when I was blading some snow. I was pushing in reverse gear When it started sliping. It didnt make any noise or anything. I thought is was the clutch slipping.I broke it apart and there was quite a bit of oil on the clutch. I assumed the rear main was leaking and replaced the main seals on both ends, then put a clutch in. I was more than a little disappointed needless to say when I got it back together and still no movement. The funny thing is is that after it slipped I drained and replaced the fluid and drove it around a little and then it slipped again and that was it. Thanks for your replies I'll keep you posted.

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