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 12-04-2005, 19:42 Post: 120387
Tom McCaffrey
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I am an owner of a Kubota L2950 tractor with about 1500 hours. I notice using it today that the charging idiots lights were on. I checked and the belt was on the altenator. I was looking for the voltage regulator but was unable to find it. Does anybody know what the problem is?






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 12-06-2005, 12:19 Post: 120504
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Ok, I'm not a mechanic, but what I've done in the past is measure the voltage across the battery terminals when not running. Then do it again with the engine running. The voltage should be higher when running. If not, then it could be the alternator. I'm not sure how to check those.






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Most systems now have the regulator built into the alternator. Have you checked the fuses, wires and ground for the alternator?






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 12-19-2005, 18:08 Post: 121386
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Tom
It sounds like your voltage regulator - I have a B2400
Kubota and mine was under the panel under the steering wheel. One nut held it on and it clamped to the wireing
harness. Very easy to change once you find it. Had the exact same thing happen to me. Checked everything else and
finally found and took it off and it was 'burned' out.
Replaced (about $70) and that was it.
doc






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Check you voltage at the battery while the engine is running. Should be between 13.7 and 14.3 VDC. If not check the voltage at the alt. it self. If you have good voltage there then you have a regulator problem if not you have an alt problem.






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