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Kubota BX Turn Signal Problem

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WhitleyStu
Join Date: Mar 2006
Posts: 27 Northeast Indiana
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2011-08-28          180077


When I use my right turn signal the right light blinks, but the left light also is illuminated solid and on the dash the right indicator blinks and the left indicator is illuminated. When I put the left turn signal the left light blinks, but the right light is illuminated solid and on the dash the left indicator blinks and the right indicator is illuminated. The four way flashers work properly. I opened the switch housings and dried them. I did the same with the fuse block. Is it correct for the turn light not being used to be illuminated solid? I have always kept my tractor garaged, but it sat out in the rain at the dealer for several days till they got it in to repair an oil leak. I am wondering if being out in the rain for a few days might be giving me electrical issues.
Thanks,
Stu


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charlieK
Join Date: Feb 2004
Posts: 116 kentucky
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2011-08-28          180079


that is the way mine works;-) ....

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hardwood
Join Date: Dec 2002
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2011-08-28          180084


I don't think anything is wrong, it may be a standard for small equipment My Deere works the same way.
Frank. ....

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WhitleyStu
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2011-08-28          180085


Gents,
Thanks for the quick replies...
Stu ....

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Murf
Join Date: Dec 1999
Posts: 7199 Toronto Area, Ontario, Canada
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2011-08-29          180092


It's a nifty feature in the Kubota wiring setup.

It also over-rides the 4 ways if you put on the turn signal, the other side stops flashing and goes on steady, when you release the signal it goes back to a 4 way flash.

I guess the reasoning is if you're using your turn signals your somewhere extra visibility is a good thing.


Best of luck. ....

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unit5alive
Join Date: Jul 2003
Posts: 250 Latrobe Pa
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2011-09-01          180152


Mine did that quite a bit until I put a small squirt of wd40
in through the top,(where water runs down the sides of the switches),its fixed the problem for a few years so far, Craig. ....

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