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cglara
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2011-03-23          177521


I have a 2008 Kubota B2920. The tractor stalled out when using the loader. When I tried to restart the motor, it made a click when the key is turned on the glow plug position. There is no response when switched to the start position. I have checked all connections and even took out the starter and had it checked. It checked out fine. There has to be some kind of cut off relay system to cause this to not kick the starter over.

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auerbach
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2011-03-23          177529


Don't know the 'bota line but I'd check or temporarily jump the safety cutouts (such as under the seat and the clutch pedal), the electrical circuits such as the battery ground, and the fuel cutoff if it has one.

If nothing shows up I'd buy a remote starter at an auto-supply shop, the kind that has coming from a central button two leads each ending in an alligator, around $10. One lead goes to the battery +, the other to the starter terminal. Get in the seat, have someone press the button to activate the starter directly. (You can just short the starter terminals but that's not the best idea.) If that works, it's not the battery or starter. ....

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Art White
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2011-03-25          177593



I second the safety switch check! ....

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cglara
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2011-03-25          177596


Thanks for your advice. I finally giggling all the connections including the attached rake. Lo and behold the tractor started right up. I will squirt WD 40 on all the connections just to make sure they are all making contact. ....

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2011-03-25          177598


Could even have been a piece of a twig in the wrong place that dropped out with the juggling. ....

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