We carry replacement parts, repair parts and accessories for 9 Husqvarna Tiller models
If you love gardening, you know how much your Husqvarna tiller can help you prepare soil for planting and even help with the weeding. Sometimes, however, the wheels or tines on a tiller can stop turning properly. Here are some simple troubleshooting tips to help you figure out where the problem lies.
If the clutch cable on your Husqvarna tiller is badly adjusted, the drive system isn't going to engage and disengage properly, resulting in the wheels refusing to turn. Check out your clutch cable as part of your tiller troubleshooting. Make the needed adjustments, and if it looks damaged or broken, replace the cable.
If the tiller drive belt is worn, it slips and consequently fails to drive the tiller's wheels and tines as it should. Check your tiller drive belt for wear. If it's broken or appears worn, replace it. Tiller repair parts such as drive belts are readily available at Sears PartsDirect.
The tiller tine shaft clevis pin is a small part that helps protect your tiller's engine. If the tines hit a fixed object while working, the tine shaft clevis pin shears off, stopping the engine and protecting it from damage. If you notice a sudden stoppage due to hitting an object while tilling, take an immediate look at the tine shaft clevis pin and replace it if necessary.
Sears PartsDirect can provide you with all the repair parts you need to keep your Husqvarna tiller and other lawn and garden machinery working well. Once you know what parts you need, choose your model from the list above, click the chat button, or call 1-800-252-1698.