Why does my Craftsman riding mower not move?

Why does my Craftsman riding mower not move?

If your riding lawn mower won’t move, the problem could be a broken ground drive belt. If the riding mower is slow and sluggish, the ground drive belt could be so worn that it slips.

How does a lawn mower brake work?

In a lawn tractor engine, the brake and clutch actually share the same pedal. You activate the pedal, and the pedal pushes the brake arm. The brake arm then engages the brake rotor, which is located in the transmission. This slows the engine down and safely brings your lawn tractor to a stop.

How do you release the parking brake on a lawn mower?

Move the shift lever to forward, press the brake pedal to release the parking brake, and press the drive pedal to increase your speed.

How do I know if my riding mower transmission is bad?

The idler pulley tightens the belt when you let the clutch out and causes the input pulley on the transmission to turn. If the input pulley on the transmission is turning and the transmission is not driving the tractor, the transmission is bad.

How do I know if my lawnmower transmission is bad?

To check the transmission, carefully watch the transmission when the engine is running. If the pulley is spinning, and the wheels aren’t turning, the transmission is bad. Unfortunately, if this is broken, it may be time to buy a new mower because this part is generally unreplaceable.

Can a craftsman lawn mower be repaired at Sears?

Sears Home Services will repair your Craftsman outdoor equipment no matter where you bought them! Whether it is your lawn and garden equipment, riding mower, walk behind mower or snow blower, Sears Home Services can repair and maintain your Craftsman outdoor equipment.

How can I repair brakes on my Sears riding mower?

Most homeowners can repair the braking system themselves. Park your Sears riding lawn mower on a flat, level surface. Press the parking brake with your left foot to engage it and to prevent the mower from rolling while you work. Open the engine hood, and pull the black, rubber spark plug boot off the spark plug, preventing accidental engine starts.

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How do you test the brakes on a riding lawn mower?

Tips Test your lawnmower’s braking system by starting the mower engine as usual, driving the mower in high gear at the highest speed and pressing the brake with your left foot. The parking brake must be engaged in order for the braking system to be adjusted. Spray a liberal amount of lubricant on nuts that do not turn easily.