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    Cruise Control Help 1026R

    Just noticed the Cruise Control rod that connects to a mechanism under my 1026R is not connect. Can someone please give me some insight on how to reattach it. A picture or two would be really helpful. Or even a schematic.

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    It looks like all you need to do is reinstall the rod back into the pawl (the thing hanging down). Use a new cotter pin to secure the rod and you should be all set.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dieselshadow View Post
    It looks like all you need to do is reinstall the rod back into the pawl (the thing hanging down). Use a new cotter pin to secure the rod and you should be all set.
    Hi dieselshadow,
    I do not see any holes where the cotter pin would get installed. Just looked on the JD website and do not see any on the parts schematic. Looks like I need to take the bolt out that is holding the pawl in place. Place the rod in the pawl and reinstall the bolt. Does this sound about right? After I posted I went and got my laptop to get online.

    Never new what a Pawl was thanks for the info.
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    Looks right to me.

    I forgot they used a stamped area on the rod to hold the shaft in. Do you know how it got knocked out? Is there any damage to the pawl from the shaft pulling out?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dieselshadow View Post
    Looks right to me.

    I forgot they used a stamped area on the rod to hold the shaft in. Do you know how it got knocked out? Is there any damage to the pawl from the shaft pulling out?
    Not sure how it got knocked out. Was greasing the fittings on the tractor and noticed it hanging. Have not yet used the cruise control nor did I notice the floppy handle. Yesterday evening I was ripping out a lot of brush maybe it got caught up on something. I do not see any surface damage, but this is the first time I have ever laid eyes on a pawl.

    Thanks for the quick response and the help.
    Going into the tool box to get a wrench to make the fix. I will post back when completed.

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    Okay I feel like a mechanical dummy. Everything is back in place, just needed the nards to mess with it. I hate playing around with something that is still new.

    Will make sure the cruise control is working properly tomorrow.

    Thanks again

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    Something is still not right. There is no resistance on the cruise control handle when I lift up.
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    Not much to the system. Is the rod attached to the handle?

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    Seems like it is. When I push up on the pawl the handle raises. Probably stop by the dealer tomorrow to look at one on there lot.

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    There's not much to the cruise control. The handle pulls a shaft connected to the pawl. The pawl engages the "gear segment" connected to the forward pedal linkage. Not much weight, no springs, mine feels really light too.

    Here's a pic I posted a while back in another thread.
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    Hope this helps, just my 2 cents here.
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