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300U TA NOT ENGAGING

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KEVIN

04-18-2001 13:56:25




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MY TA STOPPED ENGAGING , WONDERED(HOPED) THERE IS SOME MINOR ADJUSTMENT TO MAKE. IT HAD BEEN WORKING THEN SAT UNUSED FOR A WHILE AND NOW DOESN'T.




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big fred

04-19-2001 07:37:17




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 Re: 300U TA NOT ENGAGING in reply to KEVIN, 04-18-2001 13:56:25  
Check your linkage. It could be that a pin has broken or fallen out. I think the operators manual covers adjusting the linkage, I know the I&T manual definitely does.



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John W.

04-19-2001 05:43:53




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 Re: 300U TA NOT ENGAGING in reply to KEVIN, 04-18-2001 13:56:25  
Kevin, if the TA will not go into low side, the TA clutch may have stuck. This would make sense especially if it has been sitting for a while. First make sure that the linkage is adjusted so it's being pulled far enough to release, but it most likely is if the TA was working when you parked it. The next step would be to take the sheetmetal cover plate off the top of the clutch housing (I think a 300 has one, I know a 340 does) and see if you can free it up through the opening. If that doesn't work, it's time to split the tractor.

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Red Rider

04-18-2001 19:41:02




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 Re: 300U TA NOT ENGAGING in reply to KEVIN, 04-18-2001 13:56:25  
It is very odd that your TA was working perfectly before you parked it and not the next time you used it. If it was slipping once in a while when you pulled your TA lever back, then most likely your overrunning clutch (ramp and rollers) have finally gave out. I doubt that the your TA pressure plate would let go that quickly. If your tractor operates with the TA lever forward but not when you pull the TA lever back then the problem is your overrunning clutch.

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kevin

04-19-2001 03:02:58




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 Re: Re: 300U TA NOT ENGAGING in reply to Red Rider, 04-18-2001 19:41:02  
it is operating in high gear just isn't working in low( when it's pulled back nothing engages or even feels different)



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Dan

04-18-2001 18:28:13




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 Re: 300U TA NOT ENGAGING in reply to KEVIN, 04-18-2001 13:56:25  
Is it just not working in low range or not at all? the adjustement is sort of complicated, operator's manual shows it as does service and I&T manual. Don't know why it would work when you parked it and not now though. what kind of oil are you using in the transmission?



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