After letting the penetrating oil sit for awhile, I tried to work the lever again, but saw no change. It still seems seized up. I then loosened the high pressure side of the line at the cover plate on left of tractor. I pulled the kill switch, and tried to turn tractor over. (Local dealer said to try this.)This made the pump spin enough to send out some oil, letting me know it is working. I also checked the hoses at rear of tractor with a screwdriver. The bottom hookup just made a whining noise, but no pressure. The top hookup had plenty of pressure, spit fluid out a good 10 ft. So, I guess the next step would be to remove the seat and the cover plate to check the valve itself? My question earlier as to the part labeled # 2 in the photo... this is the valve? Or the part that the valve is housed in? If I wanted to replace that whole assembly up the the rod, I'm only looking for the "valve"?
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