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08-11-2010 14:11:47

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Trying to turn over a stuck engine in my wc . jacked up the rear wheels , but they both turn opposite ways , should I try to turn both wheels together in order to turn the engine over ?

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Harry J. Case

08-12-2010 15:49:47

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 Re: wc driveline function in reply to black, 08-11-2010 14:11:47  
Sounds like you are really having fun. Just a thought, could the tranny be stuck in two gears ?, try propping the clutch down and see if the motor will turn over. The little rod on the shift lever is pulled to shift into reverse. Good luck, Harry

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08-11-2010 19:08:24

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 Re: wc driveline function in reply to black, 08-11-2010 14:11:47  
LOL well you know the rear end works as it should. Me and I do this all the time. I use the starter and a 12 volt battery. The starter is made to spin an engine over but not to the point that is things other then push rods are locked up will hurt any thing so do the starter with short fast taps and save your self and your back some pain

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Tramway Guy

08-11-2010 17:48:04

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 Re: wc driveline function in reply to black, 08-11-2010 14:11:47  
I would also lock the brake on the wheel that is on the ground, to make sure it doesn't fall off whatever you are using to hold up the other side...

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Ted in NE-OH

08-11-2010 14:51:34

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 Re: wc driveline function in reply to black, 08-11-2010 14:11:47  
Leave one wheel on the ground and rock the other in 4th gear.

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08-12-2010 15:12:54

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 Re: wc driveline function in reply to Ted in NE-OH, 08-11-2010 14:51:34  
I tried all the various ways -- one wheel off the ground , both wheels off the ground , turning both wheels at the same time , and the engine will not turn over . Next step is to inspect the clutch and input shaft to see if they are okay ?

Thanks for the help guys

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08-12-2010 15:17:24

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 Re: wc driveline function in reply to black, 08-12-2010 15:12:54  
Oh ya , one more thing I should ask . There is a small rod running the full length of the shifter down to inside the trans . Does it have anything to do with messing the gears -- it seems to be seized and the shifter flops all over ( very loose )

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