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amo

11-23-2011 18:21:50




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How do unstick a stuck clutch, it won't release per my neighbor. I have not seen how it does. Thanks Amo.




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old

11-24-2011 08:19:50




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 Re: stuck clutch in reply to amo, 11-23-2011 18:21:50  
#1 block the clutch pedal down for a few days. The try it. If still stuck and you can do it safely start it in the highest gear you can and drive it around with the pedal held down. If you can hook something to it like a wagon etc so as to add more of a load on it that is even better. Drive it around till it pops free. You can also pull the starter off and spray the clutch with brake cleaner spray but if you do that you also need to turn the engine over a bit so as to cover the whole disk

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Rob NC

11-23-2011 19:33:20




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 Re: stuck clutch in reply to amo, 11-23-2011 18:21:50  
Just like Lonnie said, if that doesn't work you'll have to break the tractor in half.

Since the tractor has this habit start tying the clutch pedal down when not using for long periods.



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MNLonnie

11-23-2011 18:26:34




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 Re: stuck clutch in reply to amo, 11-23-2011 18:21:50  
If it's stuck from sitting just start it in 2nd or 3rd gear and drive it around with the clutch pedal pushed in and stomp on the brakes a few times. It usually pops loose but give yourself some room when doing this.



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