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    1025 r Lever for PTO selection is stuck

    I cannot move the lever from mmm to mmm/rear pto or just rear pto on my 2018 1025r. I have pulled on it pretty hard. Don’t want to use a hammer. Any suggestion on how to move the lever towards the front of the tractor. The mmm pto works fine just can’t unselect it to rear pto.

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    Have you tried "bumping" the PTO. In other words, just flip it on and right back off, usually that will release any pressure.
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    No, great suggestion, I will give it a try in the morning and let you know. Thanks
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    It wouldn't hurt to get a little JD Superlube into the mechanisms at the bottom of the lever. Some of these places aren't on the normal maintenance schedule, although I know many people make a regular effort to lube everything that moves.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PJR832 View Post
    Have you tried "bumping" the PTO. In other words, just flip it on and right back off, usually that will release any pressure.
    Yup, usually does the trick
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    Quote Originally Posted by dombougie View Post
    Yup, usually does the trick
    I agree it has happened before to me. Just a quick activation and should be all set. Itís not a common thing but it has happened before to me more than once. The rear pto has stuck as well. Iíll say do it with low rpms no need to have the engine wide open for it.
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    Thanks again. Your suggestion worked. Easy fix once you know the solution.
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    Iíve noticed something similar with the range selector. Sometimes you need to roll a few inches or bump a pedal for a second ( while Iím neutral) to get it to shift into gear. Iím assuming this is normal?


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    Quote Originally Posted by scooterman View Post
    Iíve noticed something similar with the range selector. Sometimes you need to roll a few inches or bump a pedal for a second ( while Iím neutral) to get it to shift into gear. Iím assuming this is normal?


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    Yes. The transmission uses straight cut gears and if there is any tension at all on the drive train the range selector can be difficult to move.
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