Bilt 175HP Manual 42″ Riding Mower
Hi, I have a Troy Bilt 17.5HP 42″ riding mower and when I press the clutch-break pedal all the way down and set the speed control lever to park the clutch-break pedal slips and will not stay in the locked position. How can I adjust this? Thank you for your time and assistance.
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Normally they work by spring lock system, follow the bar under the hood or engine and check if any broken or missing spring or parts often bended by running over things
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The PTO (or power take-off) belt is part of a pulley system that operates the blades on your riding lawn mower. It runs off the electric clutch system in your engine.
Adjust the pressure by turning the valve stem with allen wrench in the hole through the spool. Screw stem up into block for more pressure and thread it down or out of block for less pressure.
The PTO (or power take-off) belt is part of a pulley system that operates the blades on your riding lawn mower. It runs off the electric clutch system in your engine. If you hear squealing during operation or see dry rot on your PTO belt, you may need to replace it.
If the PTO is not “live” it will stop receiving power every time the clutch pedal is depressed. Because the PTO is always directly connected to the transmission you will need an over run clutch if you use a high momentum implement like a mower. An Independent PTO is controlled by an electric switch.
Powershift PTO engagement problems could be from blocked hoses or fittings, bad connections or ground or the solenoid. Mechanical PTO engagement problems could originate from low air pressure, improper cable installation or back lash too tight.
If the PTO clutch is not getting power, if the clutch solenoid is defective, or if the clutch is worn out, the lawn mower blades will not engage. The PTO clutch is not repairable—if the clutch is defective, you must replace it.
PTO clutches generally overheat because of improper lubrication/greasing (both too much and too little can cause problems), excessive sideload, or a new installation. Operators are advised to reduce sideload and inspect grease levels first.
A PTO belt (power takeoff belt) is an important component of any riding lawn mower. You use this system to power the lawn mower blades and its pulleys, which run from the electric clutch system in your engine. If your PTO belt is dry rotted or squeaking, you should replace it.
To adjust the clutch, use a 13mm wrench to loosen the nut which “locks” the adjusting tube that is threaded into your clutch lever bracket on the left handlebar. After you turn the nut counterclockwise a number of revolutions, you can then turn the tube clockwise, either with your fingers or an 11mm wrench.
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