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    Default Mahindra Clutch

    Have Mahindra 7520 with not a lot of hours on it 125+/-. and the clutch is giving me problems! Seems it takes maybe half hour of warm up+ in summer, (and even forcing the thing into gear) before the clutch finally starts to work!! Fluids full-adjustments adjusted!! Not really interested in bringing it to the dealer, he want's arm and leg just to come and get it and look at it, let alone fix it!

    Anyone have this problem and or have knowledge to repair same?

    Thanks!

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    Default Re: Mahindra Clutch

    Quote Originally Posted by for instance John View Post
    Have Mahindra 7520 with not a lot of hours on it 125+/-. and the clutch is giving me problems! Seems it takes maybe half hour of warm up+ in summer, (and even forcing the thing into gear) before the clutch finally starts to work!! Fluids full-adjustments adjusted!! Not really interested in bringing it to the dealer, he want's arm and leg just to come and get it and look at it, let alone fix it!

    Anyone have this problem and or have knowledge to repair same?

    Thanks!
    to TBN. John, unfortunately I can not help you, I have not had this problem with my 7520. You should probably try posting this in the Mahindra owning and operating forum. There are a few of us that have 7520's, hopefully someone can help you out.
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    Default Re: Mahindra Clutch

    Sounds like your clutch is sticking. If it is. then block the clutch pedal down right using the tractor should help. Maybe the guys in the Mahindra forum will have a better idea to deal with a sticking clutch.

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    Default Re: Mahindra Clutch

    Thanks guys, will do! Thought I was in Mahindra forum, guess it time for glasses!

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