Model #917254244 CRAFTSMAN Lawn, Tractor

  • Electrical
    3 Results
  • Enclosure
    3 Results
  • Drive
    3 Results
  • Steering And Front Axle
    3 Results
  • Lift Adjustment
    3 Results
  • 38" Mower
    3 Results
Find part by diagram >

Question and Answers

Q:

917.254240 lawn mower 917.254240

A:

Thanks for the inquiry and for being a valued member.

Unfortunately, the hard copy manual for this tractor has been discontinued and we no longer have any in stock. The part number was 109496X. You can try running an online search for the part number to see if you can find one in circulation on sites like Ebay, that would be the only option I can see.

Outside of that, I was able to find a manual for a similar 38" model available on Sears Parts. I have linked it below.

Owner's Manual for Model 917.254244

I hope this helps and thanks for using SearsPartsDirect.com. We appreciate your business. 

Read More
Jeff Wallace Sr -
Sears Technician
April 08, 2015
Q:

Why can't I find an Owners Manual for a Craftsman Lawn Tractor Model No.917.254245, Serial No. 2508S19194?

A:

You can download or print an owners manual for a model 917.254244 lawn tractor at [www.managemylife.com]. This manual will apply to your lawn tractor as well.

Read More
Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
December 08, 2009
A:

does that mean Sears doesn't sell owners manuals for its products ? because I need one for the same model riding mower

Read More
charles -
March 28, 2015
See more answers
Q:

Mower jumps out of neutral

A:

Make sure the belt is not catching on the gear shift lever as the belt tension could physically move the shifter and take the transmission out of gear. If the belt is not coming into contact with the shifter then I suspect there is a problem with the shift mechanism in the transmission. If you look on top of the transmission (near the shifter) , you should see a little cover or a little screw head (like a slot screw). Take that screw out and there will be a little spring and ball down in the hole. Make sure those are clean and then put a little oil and grease down in the hole. Put the ball and spring back in and then put the screw in. There should be a little tension when you change gears, but it it should be to where you have to man-handle the shifter to change gears. At the same time, you you should be able to just touch the shifter and make it move to another gear.

Let me know what you find.

Read More
Wade_B -
Sears Technician
November 30, 2013
A:

There was a response here the other day, but it's gone now. Whoever answered it I wanted to thank, because he was 99% correct, and with his help I was able to fix my problem. The shifter goes inside the drive belt not outside it.

Read More
N3IQS -
May 11, 2014
See more answers

Top Parts