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Guy Islip

06-28-1999 15:31:45

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can someone help with the best way to unlock a transmission that has apparently locked up (sorta) due to condensation entering. I have been told the best way to release it is by hooking up to a tree and jerking the clutch free. This sounds a bit bizarre but heh if it works... any assistance would be greatly appreciated

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06-28-1999 21:39:34

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 Re: Ford Jubilee in reply to Guy Islip, 06-28-1999 15:31:45  

Put the tra. in nutreal with engine running ---at idle--with a quick jerk---pull the gearshift into 3rd. or 4th. andwhen you park it later put a piece of 2by4 between the clutch pedel and dash next to the key

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06-28-1999 18:17:31

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 Re: Ford Jubilee in reply to Guy Islip, 06-28-1999 15:31:45  
I've had this happen and have found that by putting it in high gear, with the clutch pedal depressed, then rocking the tractor back and forth by hand, will free the clutch. You said your transmission was locked-I'm assuming you meant clutch. I'm assuming that you can put your transmission into neutral and the tractor will roll freely on the ground, will start, etc.

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