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Kioti LB1914 PTO will not disengage

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bmulker1
Join Date: Dec 2014
Posts: 4 Florida
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2015-05-05          192716


I am working on a 1994 LB1914 Kioti. The problem I have is the rear PTO. It has a shift lever that can engage and disengage the PTO as well as select high or low speed. It is currently engaged and will not disengage (lever will not move with clutch full out). Also, I understand that there is supposed to be a linkage that dis-engages the PTO if the three point mount is lifted above a certain point. This doesn't happen. Any ideas?

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kthompson
Join Date: Oct 2005
Posts: 5219 South Carolina
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2015-05-12          192762


First it has been a week so you may have this solved and second I may not be any help, but hope so.

Normally you would shift PTO lever just like great shift with clutch depressed and not all the way out. No idea what type of PTO clutch this tractor has but most likely there is either a simple shift button or short lever if hyd or electric shift and you use the clutch peddle if manual clutch is what used.

If you are not sure which then look around the lift levers for a short lever for the PTO and if nothing there then with the tractor off work the clutch pedal very slowly releasing it from fully depressed. If manual normally maybe an inch or so of pedal travel engages the PRT clutch and you usually can feel it every so slightly if you are paying attention. You should be able to shift the PRT without ever fully disengaging the travel gears.

As to the pto cutting of if the lift is raised to a certain point "I" have not heard of that before. While in some ways it is easy to think that would be a good idea for such as a cutter but at same time when using a PTO pump and pull sprayer my lift is always fully raised and I have my pto running and would find it strange not to do so on any tractor for same reason, running a pump for sprayer if nothing else.

Have you searched for a manual? kt ....

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