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Topic: PTO help with a Mahindra 6110
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RobertLR

01-24-2016 21:01:38
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Nice forum you all have here. Recently bought this tractor with 49 hours on it. The previous owner is still looking for the manual and the local dealers are not real helpful since I didn't buy it from them.

There is a clutch on the bottom of the seat area and a red 'engage' solenoid on the dash. What is the correct process to engage the PTO? I don't want to damage anything thus asking before trying different ways to engage it.

TIA for your help.

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RobertLR

01-29-2016 20:28:36
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Re: PTO help with a Mahindra 6110 in reply to RobertLR, 01-24-2016 21:01:38  
Thanks, they have several methods or styles and it appears mine isn't duplicated on many other machines. I think I got it figured out this morning from talking with a dealer in North Carolina. He thinks that there is a detent that's not working on mine. Gave me some suggestions to try and if they do or don't I'll know what to do next. I've got another Mahindra that's the 5500 and it works similar to yours but not quite the same. :roll: Too bad they can't find one way that works and stick with it.

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RKrodle

01-29-2016 15:14:11
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Re: PTO help with a Mahindra 6110 in reply to RobertLR, 01-24-2016 21:01:38  
My mahindra has a clutch lever and pto lever, instead of button. The proper way per the owner's manual is to disengage the clutch, beeper will sound at this point, engage pto, slowly engage pto clutch. You are not suppose to leave the clutch disengaged for more than a minute or so. Hope this helps.

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