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TL100A New Holland - Clutch Spring Question

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Prichards
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2022-10-01          201347

While shredding with my TL100A New Holland, clutch feel changed, not a smooth push and some creaking sounds while depressing pedal. Inspected underside linkage (left side, of trans by fuel tank). Thereís a coil spring, about 3.5 inches long w/ hooks on both ends, hanging loose on 1 end. Other end is connected to clutch llinkage. Cannot see where the loose end should connect. Can send pic. Any ideas?

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Prichards
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2022-10-01          201348

Looking up from the ground, loose spring on linkage, left side of trans. Canít determine where the loose end should connect. ....

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2022-11-21          201394

Hope you figured this out maybe if you have a helper move the pedal you can observe the linkage movement to determine location. Could be welded location sanpped off in the field that can happen, LOL ....

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