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Old 07-20-2012, 06:58 PM
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05 Toro Proline 32" Clutch removal question???

how hard of a job am i looking at here? one guy said i have to remove the engine... is that correct?

I just changed the clutch on my toro z 48" and it was like a 45min job

i have to get this done this weekend or else im up poo creek because this is my back up mower

i will bow to anyone's feet if you help on this.
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Old 07-20-2012, 07:08 PM
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Joshua...no need to humble yourself...its not a time consuming repair..
Remove the engine to deck belt..
Unplug the clutch harness..
Remove the clutch bracket...
Remove the bolt in the crank..
Don't let the clutch fall off and hit your hand.
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Old 07-20-2012, 11:56 PM
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thanks man, i got it off... Can i ask you another question. i just got my toro z48 out of the shop they had to put a new engine in it and i get it home and when i turn the key the starter just clicks so i hooked a charger and same so i tried to jump it and same.

i guess i can take it back to the guys but geez i have had a bad 2 weeks and it just keeps getting worse!

honestly after the last few weeks im about to put the lawn business up for sale
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Old 07-21-2012, 07:30 AM
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Hang in there....its the middle of july...year round maintenance can prevent most of the surprises that occur when your equipment is running at full max...

Don't know what engine was taken off or installed...
Make sure the battery cables are tight....
If it has a stand alone solenoid..jump across the large posts and see if it cranks.
Might be a bad solenoid...bad fuse ....or loose connection.....
Don't let it beat you....its just a lawnmower...
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