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My zero turn cub cadet seems to be losing power to one wheel

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my zero turn cub cadet seems to be losing power to one wheel when I try to make a left turn,could this be a worndrive belt,or could the hydraulic fluid be low,if so how do I refill it
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Small Engine
Expert:  Donald replied 1 year ago.
Hello. My name is***** a worn, or slipping transaxle drive belt, can affect the performance of Transaxles. Check your belt first. Then check the bypass lever on your transaxle, to make sure it is actually releasing, when you push your bypass rod in. Check your drive control rod linkage, to make sure your transaxle is fully shifting into forward and reverse. We can continue from here. Thanks!