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I picked up an older Husqvarna YTH21V48? tractor with a bad Peerless H2000-006A unit. I found another one and installed it. Tractor moves fine, but Neutral is not where it should be. You put it in neutral and it will creep forward or reverse, depending on which side of the gate you were in. The old one did not do this.

I am wondering how to adjust it to get neutral in the right place. Is it under the right rear wheel are where the handle is? I don't see anything on the axle itself. I googled it and got tons of useless garbage that had nothing to do with my problem. I have had plenty of hydros in Craftsman and Husqvarnas before, but this is the first one of these I have come across. Can't seem to find a manual on this. Any ideas are welcome.
 

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I picked up an older Husqvarna YTH21V48? tractor with a bad Peerless H2000-006A unit. I found another one and installed it. Tractor moves fine, but Neutral is not where it should be. You put it in neutral and it will creep forward or reverse, depending on which side of the gate you were in. The old one did not do this.

I am wondering how to adjust it to get neutral in the right place. Is it under the right rear wheel are where the handle is? I don't see anything on the axle itself. I googled it and got tons of useless garbage that had nothing to do with my problem. I have had plenty of hydros in Craftsman and Husqvarnas before, but this is the first one of these I have come across. Can't seem to find a manual on this. Any ideas are welcome.
Wondering if you ever figured this out. I have a similar issue with a craftsman that i swapped H2000 units on.
 

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I got a reply on another forum. Remove right rear wheel(fender where my shifter is) so you can see the shifter assembly/mechanism. There are two plates bolted together that make the adjustment. Loosen the two bolts so the top plate will slide/rotate into the postion you want and then bolt it up tight and put the wheel back on.
 
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