20 Most Recent Husqvarna Lawn Tractor 48" Deck, 23 Hp, Model# Yth2348 Questions & Answers


problem can be caused by dirty fuel (jets in carby blocked) need to clean carby or even put a kit through it.

Husqvarna Lawn... | Answered on Jun 19, 2019


The brake is stuck on. Happened once before and I was able to force I back up. This time is won't come back up.

Husqvarna Lawn... | Answered on May 19, 2019


YOU MAY HAVE A BENT BLADE OR EXESSEIVE BUILD UP UNDER THE DECK

Husqvarna Lawn... | Answered on Apr 06, 2019


Try this - remove all the transmission oil from the transaxle and put in a heavyer oil - 50 wt.
see if your transaxle has a drain plug - if not you will need to remove the tranaxle from the lawn tractor. I had to try a ratchet strap to the rear of the tractor and lift it up until the wheels were free. I removed the brake linkage spring, the fwd/rev linkage, and wheels. Undo the axle bolts and two screws ofn the cross support bracket on the tranaxle mount. pull the vent fill plug on top of the transaxle and turn the transaxle upside down to drain all the oil from it into a pan. Refill with 50 wt. to the top and remount the transaxle back in place. Next you will need to bleed the system as follows:
1. Have the tractor on jack stands with rear wheel off the floor.
2. Start engine on low speed.
3. repeat open and closeing the bypass valve while alternating the forward and reverse pedals.
4. when wheels start to turn increase the engine speed.
5. repeat quick forward or reverse with panic braking stops until transaxle gets full responce.
6. remove jack stands and have tractor on the wheels.
7. recheck the oil level again.

I did this to mine and it will improve your tractor ability to climb hills like new. 30 wt oil is too light (good for brake in) when tractor was new and refilling it with 50 wt will work like new or better.

Husqvarna Lawn... | Answered on Nov 16, 2018


Your forward speed may be too fast for the mower blades to cut every blade of grass. It may be new, but check the deck to see if there are any dents pushing the quill assemblies up making the deck cut uneven. Or it may have the wrong blades on it.
I have seen this problem in the past with a Gravely mower. The person was trying to cut grass to fast. He sold the unit and the new onwer did not noticed any the problems the old owner described.

Husqvarna Lawn... | Answered on Apr 26, 2018


Usually if all you hear is a clicking noise, it is the solenoid itself that has gone bad...if you can jump the solenoid and the mower turns over, it is the solenoid.

Husqvarna Lawn... | Answered on Apr 12, 2018


i would say you have a blockage in the fuel system. possible dirty carburetor. check carb bowl if you see any dirt or water. take off and clean. be sure fuel lines and filter are good. check air filter also.

Husqvarna Lawn... | Answered on Mar 06, 2018


check to see if choke plate is closing all the way

Husqvarna Lawn... | Answered on Feb 26, 2018


Locate the red wire on your battery and trace it to your starter solenoid. There normally is another smaller red wire from the starter solenoid that is connected to the equipment's fuse. Check if fuse is okay by visual means or with a multimeter (set on resistance scale). If fuse is okay, check red wire from battery to the fuse for continuity. Good luck.

Husqvarna Lawn... | Answered on Jan 04, 2018


You should remove the pulley from the top. Should connect with one nut. Be very careful to see if a washer is used, if so, it should go back in the same order you remove it.

Husqvarna Lawn... | Answered on Jan 02, 2018


You have a safety switch that is bad or not making connection. There is a clutch safety switch and a seat switch. Try to set the parking brake and see if the blades start, if they do then die when removing the brake, it is probably the seat switch.

Husqvarna Lawn... | Answered on Dec 06, 2017


This mower uses a voltage regulator on top of the engine. The magneto and regulator are usually one assembly.

Husqvarna Lawn... | Answered on Dec 04, 2017


Make sure the front spindles are greased and move freely. The other areas to check are the sector gear and pinion on the steering column.

Husqvarna Lawn... | Answered on Dec 04, 2017


To freewheel the tractor using the freewheel lever at the rear of the tractor would not damage the tractor. Check your belts and make sure the lever is all the way back in.

Husqvarna Lawn... | Answered on Nov 28, 2017


The problem with an electric cluch is that when the engine is running without the clutch engaged the clutch can turn into a dynamo which then passes power back up to the switch, most machines will have a diode close to the clutch in the wireing to stop the current flowing back to the switch, so i guess the diode is bad on your machine and power is flowing back to the switch and melting it,

Husqvarna Lawn... | Answered on Nov 08, 2017


get an accredited mower repair shop to check the charging circuit

Husqvarna Lawn... | Answered on Nov 01, 2017

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