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Contact John Deere directly to request the diagram.

John Deere... | Answered 11 hours ago


http://manuals.deere.com/omview/OMGX25361_19/?tM=HO 42"
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48" & 54"
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See manual for belt tension adjustment instructions.

John Deere... | Answered 3 days ago


Contact John Deere directly to request the wiring diagram for model 320.

John Deere... | Answered 3 days ago


http://www.fixya.com/answer/answerpageslideview.aspx?thid=27267047&ctg=500&brd=7664

John Deere... | Answered on Mar 21, 2019


Likely a crack in fuel line to tank or crack in pump impluse air line or failed fuel pump.

John Deere... | Answered on Mar 21, 2019


Check the off delay relay. If you find it has failed, remove and bypass (match wire colors). It will run fine without it.

John Deere... | Answered on Mar 20, 2019


I had that problem with my Scott. Turned out to be a partially plugged fuel line. The fuel is gravity feed to the carb so when less pressure is in the tank the fuel stops getting to the carb. Make sure your lines and filter are free of obstructions. Also make sure that your tank is clean inside..Some times a small object will restrict the fuel feed hole in the bottom of the tank.

John Deere... | Answered on Mar 20, 2019


Check the oil level is not higher than normal and not contaminated with fuel? If it is then likely stuck carburetor float or debris at inlet needle/seat. May also be valve lash as periodic adjustment required for most (not all) OHV.

John Deere... | Answered on Mar 20, 2019


The engine in a 2004 JD Buck should be a Rotax 650, which is a 2 cylinder 4 stroke water cooled engine generating 62 hp. With that said, the most likely cause of oil in the air filter and leakage from the top of the motor is excess pressure in the crankcase. A cracked block is a possibility, but the most likely culprit is worn piston rings. A compression test should help narrow it down, but in either case you are looking at a complete tear-down of the engine.
https://www.rotax.com/en/products/rotax-powertrains/details/rotax-650.html

John Deere 2006... | Answered on Mar 19, 2019


My tractor is an Oliver and I bleed my brakes just like I do on my vehicles. Make sure you don't let the master go dry.

How to Bleed the Master Cylinder and Brake System

John Deere... | Answered on Mar 16, 2019

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