What Are Some Common John Deere Transmission Problems?
Common John Deere transmission issues can vary by model, but a typical issue is the machine not moving with the engine running. One cause of this issue is the transmission oil being low.
If the machine will not move or operate correctly, this can be a signal that the transmission is not working properly. If the transmission oil is too cold, it can result in the machine not working correctly. In cold weather it is advised that the engine be allowed to warm up before the machine is used.
Transmission issues should be diagnosed by a John Deere repair retailer. Transmissions are sealed components. Pump drive belts that have slipped or are damaged may result in the machine not moving when the engine is running. If the mower blades are unbalanced, this can cause the machine not to operate correctly.
Green Parts Direct is a dealer of John Deere parts. The search feature on the site allows visitors to locate the needed parts and accessories for a specific John Deere model. Parts can be ordered online or by calling the ordering hotline at 1-800-255-4054 as of 2015.
Troubleshooting manuals for John Deere machines can be found on the John Deere website, Deere.com. Manuals are offered for a variety of makes and models.