How to Replace Gas Pump on John Deere Riding Mower?

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To replace a gas pump on a John Deere riding mower you will first need to locate the pump. Once you have done this drain the tank of any fuel that may be in it. Now remove the tank with the attached bolts. Place the new one where the old one was and reattach it.
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1. Park the lawn mower on a hard, level surface. Set the parking brake and turn the key to the OFF position. 2. Open the hood of the tractor, and locate the fuel pump directly behind
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There are two belts the drive belt is very easy its easier to drop the mower deck then you place belt on rear pulley and start it on the front pullley and rotate it on by hand . The
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Any possibility of a model number. Peace, Clarke.
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Go talk with your John Deere dealer. Source(s) Mech.
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