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d 17 kills when clutch is released [need help]

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scott blaness

12-21-2010 13:53:47




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tractor won"t start it just clicks and sounds like a bad starter but starter is rebuilt,i try to roll motor over by hand and only get 8 inches of roll side to side,but when i engage clutch it will start perfect,when its running and let clutch out it kills but theres no noise when this happens.




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Sure

12-21-2010 16:52:12




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 Re: d 17 kills when clutch is released [need help] in reply to scott blaness, 12-21-2010 13:53:47  
Scott: put some Heat on the oil pan, and see it that helps



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ANON

12-21-2010 15:44:00




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 Re: d 17 kills when clutch is released [need help] in reply to scott blaness, 12-21-2010 13:53:47  
Pull the drain plug on trans to see if it does have water in case and frozen. Did it work before cold weather set in?



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LeoinMI

12-21-2010 14:47:58




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 Re: d 17 kills when clutch is released [need help] in reply to scott blaness, 12-21-2010 13:53:47  
Don"t know for sure,..but if you are using multi-gear oil in your transmission, i.e. 80/90w or 90/140w,..that oil is real thick in cold weather. Until the tractor is warmed up good,..letting out the clutch before hand can cause the tractor to stall. It has happened to me on my Ford NAA. I make sure the tractor is warmed up good before I let out the clutch,thus preventing a stall.



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856 puller

12-21-2010 14:30:46




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 Re: d 17 kills when clutch is released [need help] in reply to scott blaness, 12-21-2010 13:53:47  
i have seen the gears seize to the shaft and the hi low shafts seize together



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joe werner

12-21-2010 14:07:23




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 Re: d 17 kills when clutch is released [need help] in reply to scott blaness, 12-21-2010 13:53:47  
I have had similar experience with my Wd. When i would try to start it, when it is really cold out the only way it would start is if i pushed the clutch in, and if i let it out it would stall. It turned out to be a good amount of water in the transmission and it would freeze. Once it warmed up i drained the water out and have not had this happen since. Also another thing it could be is that the transmission is stuck in two gear. My 340 has this happen once in a while. And when it happens it will stall, when the clutch is released.

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scott blaness

12-21-2010 14:18:12




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 Re: d 17 kills when clutch is released [need help] in reply to joe werner, 12-21-2010 14:07:23  
everything is in neutral ,took shift top to make sure it wasn't stuck in between gears



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Sid

12-21-2010 19:30:04




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 Re: d 17 kills when clutch is released [need help] in reply to scott blaness, 12-21-2010 14:18:12  
If it has enough water and is frozen it can still lock up even if trans is in neutral.



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