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    Default PTO will not stay engaged

    Help, I am a new member and wondering if anyone out there has any idea on where I should look first on my NH 1320 HST to figure out how to fix the rear PTO?

    It will not fully engage. Lost it while rototilling.

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    Default Re: PTO will not stay engaged

    Explain what yo mean when you say that it won't 'fully' engage.

    what are you observing when you try to engage it?

    soundguy

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    Default Re: PTO will not stay engaged

    Thank-you for the response.

    When I move the lever forward to engage the rear PTO it feels as if it is skipping out or jumping before it can fully engage. This came on very quickly while rototilling. I will also be ordering a manual for the tractor later today.

    The interesting thing is that the forward facing pto for the mower engages smoothly.

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    Default Re: PTO will not stay engaged

    If it's anything like the PTO on my 2120, it failed when a friend was using it to BushHog. what failed was a ceramic (I think) everriding clutch with in the transmission case. $2100 for the repair. Ouch!!! I would ask RickB

    Andy

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    Default Re: PTO will not stay engaged

    Ouch on the cost! Hope you are wrong.

    As a newb to this site could you direct me to where I might find this Rick B?

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    Default Re: PTO will not stay engaged

    this is one of his haunts.. he'll likely be by shortly

    soundguy

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    Default Re: PTO will not stay engaged

    Quote Originally Posted by Soundguy View Post
    this is one of his haunts.. he'll likely be by shortly

    soundguy
    Try posting to the Ford/New Holland Owning Operating Forum

    Andy

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    Default Re: PTO will not stay engaged

    ... Will do.

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    Default Re: PTO will not stay engaged

    Just like a bad penny, I turn up all too often.
    I replied to the other post.

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