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John Deere Problem #7018413
10/15/20 07:20 PM
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Ive got a JD 3005 small tractor. It is not hydrostatic, but clutch and shifter. I disked the garden for about 30 minutes. Removed the disked, put the box blade back on, put in gear and tractor cut off. Tractor will start back up, but dies when I put it in gear. Clutch is pressed in, but as soon as you shift in gear it dies. I believe its around a 2010 model, 27 hp, and right at 75 hours. Figure Ill ask the tractor experts on Tman, then look at in the morning. Would there be a clutch switch? Tractor dies before clutch is released, as soon as its put in gear. I let it cool down an hour, and it does the same. Thanks in advanced!


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Re: John Deere Problem [Re: Scout1] #7018426
10/15/20 07:29 PM
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Sure the PTO is completely disengaged ?

Re: John Deere Problem [Re: Scout1] #7018428
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Sounds like the clutch disk is stuck to the flywheel. Put it in high gear, push in the clutch, and try to start it. It may pop loose.

Re: John Deere Problem [Re: Scout1] #7018459
10/15/20 07:55 PM
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I think your throw out bearing is stuck in the pressure plate fingers. Any way you go sounds like you may need a clutch assembly.

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Re: John Deere Problem [Re: Scout1] #7018466
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Sounds more like a safety switch problem than a clutch problem if Im understanding whats happening correctly.

Re: John Deere Problem [Re: Pirogue] #7018472
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Originally Posted by Pirogue
Sure the PTO is completely disengaged ?

Yes, just went and tried it the other way.


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Re: John Deere Problem [Re: JTfromWV] #7018478
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Originally Posted by JTfromWV
Sounds like the clutch disk is stuck to the flywheel. Put it in high gear, push in the clutch, and try to start it. It may pop loose.

Tried it and will not turn over when in gear. Its in high range, in neutral, and dies, as soon as it is put in gear , with the clutch still engaged.

Last edited by Scout1; 10/15/20 08:03 PM.

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Re: John Deere Problem [Re: M.Magis] #7018485
10/15/20 08:06 PM
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Originally Posted by M.Magis
Sounds more like a safety switch problem than a clutch problem if Im understanding whats happening correctly.

I agree maybe the seat saftey switch ?

Re: John Deere Problem [Re: H2ORat] #7018491
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Originally Posted by H2ORat
Originally Posted by M.Magis
Sounds more like a safety switch problem than a clutch problem if Im understanding whats happening correctly.

I agree maybe the seat saftey switch ?

I may try and jumper it out, TEMPORARILY, in the morning.


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Re: John Deere Problem [Re: Scout1] #7018663
10/15/20 10:33 PM
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I would say safety switch also. Have a 2010 5045. If you hit starter and immediately put in gear it will die. If you wait a second or 2 your good.

Re: John Deere Problem [Re: Scout1] #7018665
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I would say safety switch also. Have a 2010 5045. If you hit starter and immediately put in gear it will die. If you wait a second or 2 your good.

Re: John Deere Problem [Re: Scout1] #7018686
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Here is one like yours and a few ideas. Dead 3005


�Still, if you will not fight for the right when you can easily win without bloodshed; if you will not fight when your victory will be sure and not too costly; you may come to the moment when you will have to fight with all the odds against you and only a precarious chance of survival. There may even be a worse case. You may have to fight when there is no hope of victory, because it is better to perish than live as slaves. � � Winston Churchill








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Re: John Deere Problem [Re: Scout1] #7018832
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Safety Switch was it. I had lifted the seat when I was hooking the box blade back up. The switch is on a bracket that just sets on 2 large springs under the seat. The bracket was laying where the switch couldn't be made. Hence it would crank but not allow you to drive, which what it is supposed to do. I appreciate the knowledge and insight. 8 times out of 10 its something easy.


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