My 1999 270H with 48” deck is having an issue getting power to PTO. Checked PTO with jumper to battery and it worked fine and I’ve actually been cutting grass using the jumper for awhile. I checked power from PTO switch to PTO and there is none. I checked PTO switch and it appeared OK but I replaced it anyway and still no power to PTO. Then checked brown/tan wire leading to switch and there is none. Could the issue be the NMIR module and is there a good way to check it. If bad, where is the best place to get a replacement and do other brands/models have NMIR a modules I can use. Also, would suppling battery power directly to PTO switch and bypassing NMIR result in switch working.
Need some help. My 800 Special has an electric PTO. It is not working. Checked Ohms - nothing. My questions are 1) how does the PTO come off and 2) can they be rebuilt? I took the bolt out that I thought holds it on but no luck. Must be something more?
Looking for a PTO for my 310. Would like the complete assembly, but at very least I need the inner clutch plate, and outer PTO bearing.
What direction does the front PTO Pulley turn on a wheel horse D180 with a Kohler K482 as you face the front of the tractor?
I want to get a hydraulic pump for a Johnson 10 loader I will be mounting to tractor and want to make sure I get a pump that rotates the correct direction.
By RJ Hamner
Its been a while since I was able to work on my 416-8 rebuilt and right now the few brain cells are having a tough time.
I am in the process of putting the wiring harness back in and the problem is the clutch safety switch.
The arm with the idler wheel that engages the switch is over ridding the switch arm.
I had tried adjusting the rod from the peddle to the arm but no matter my adjustment I still have the problem
I am kinda at my wits end on this one.
Any help will be greatly appreciated