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Ford 5000 PTO clutch stuck

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JF in MI

09-15-2020 10:54:44

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This is about a 1974 model. I noticed at the beginning of the summer that when disengaging the PTO it would "drag" a bit and took a while to slow down. Throughout the year it would take longer each time. Now it won't disengage at all and the bat wing mower will cut just as good with the engagement lever forward or back. Any ideas? I'm guessing it needs to be replaced. What kind of a job will that be?

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09-15-2020 11:34:14

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 Re: Ford 5000 PTO clutch stuck in reply to JF in MI, 09-15-2020 10:54:44  
Sounds like your clutch plates started to slip and then warped inside the pack, essentially welding themselves together. Low pressure is what causes this, so make sure you find the cause of the low pressure and don't simply replace the clutch plates and put it all back together. If the tractor has Dual Power, be sure to check your pressures in both low and high range, with the oil at normal operating temperature.

Access is easy - through the 3-point lift cover UNLESS the tractor has Load Monitor. Then you're looking at a rear split.

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