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Georgia Case

09-29-2004 16:44:18

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I recently aquired a 52' Vac. I have purchased and not yet recieved the service manuals for the tractor. The transmission seems to be stuck in a gear. First the tractors engine stalled and the rear tires stopped. I immediately pushed in the clutch and it rolled to a stop. At that time I could crank the engine and neutral worked. A while later, after a tow home, the clutch pedal would not depress. I could get the tractor in neutral. Now after doing nothing other than towing it home in nuetral it seems stuck in gear. Anyone had this problem and will the service manual help sort this out?

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C. Amick

10-01-2004 09:43:17

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 Re: Vac Transmission question in reply to Georgia Case, 09-29-2004 16:44:18  
Will the clutch pedal still not depress? If so, sounds like the clutch plate may be stuck to the fly wheel. If the tractor is leaking oil onto the clutch, sometimes they will stick. If the gearshift lever appears to be in neutral and the transmission is still engaged, it's probably a shifting fork problem.

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Georgia Case

10-01-2004 18:42:27

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 Re: Vac Transmission question in reply to C. Amick, 10-01-2004 09:43:17  
The trans does appear to be in neutral. I have remove the forks and shifter. The gears are all free and the rear tires spin apposed like it's in gear. The clutch still want depress.

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C. Amick

10-01-2004 19:21:01

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 Re: Vac Transmission question in reply to Georgia Case, 10-01-2004 18:42:27  
If you put the tractor in gear, are the rear wheels and engine tied together again? Is there an inspection hole on the bell housing that you can see in? Sounds like either the pressure plate is stuck or something has came loose and jambed in there. If something is stuck, might try to slip the clutch by starting the tractor and jambing it in 4th. gear while holding the brake or jerk it a little by pulling it in 4th. gear without starting it.

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Georgia Case

10-02-2004 07:36:22

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 Re: Vac Transmission question in reply to C. Amick, 10-01-2004 19:21:01  
It is in a gear I am not sure which, I think? With the rear tires off the ground I can rotate them, they spin in opposite directions. If I try and start the motor it seems as though the clutch is now engauged. The inspection port is just to see the timing mark, can't see much else. Can a throw out bearing get jammed that bad or clutch stuck so tough? Thanks for the all the advice.

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