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What are some common problems with John Deere tractors?

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Common problems with John Deere tractors include engine problems, such as overheating, poor running performance and backfiring. Other common problems with John Deere tractors include transmission leaks and leaking gas and oil.

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Many John Deere consumers say that a common problem with John Deere tractors is that the transmission wears out quickly and requires costly repairs. Other consumers say that excessive vibration in the tractor leads to other problems in the tractor, because the vibration loosens other parts. These other problems often include broken connecting rods or parts getting stuck or jammed so they do not work efficiently.

Consumers report that another common problem with John Deere tractors is that the warranty is too short to cover many problems that occur shortly after purchase. They also say that John Deere frequently changes vendors so older models of tractors quickly become so out of date that servicing companies cannot effectively perform maintenance on them.

John Deere offers troubleshooting information with a list of common problems and possible solutions. These problems include belt slipping, mower blades that do not cut, and patches of uneven or uncut grass. John Deere lists a variety of common engine problems that include difficulty starting the engine and the engine shutting off unexpectedly. The company also lists lighting and battery issues as common problems with John Deere tractors.

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