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Kubota B7200 Tractor Flasher lights do not work

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gregred75
Join Date: Apr 2014
Posts: 2 Collegeville PA
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2014-04-08          189992


The flashing lights on my B 7200 do not work--tried to find fuses but could not locate them--am ready to pull dash cover where the switch is located--any advice would be appreciated--Gregred75

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Kubota B7200 Tractor Flasher lights do not work

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WillieH
Join Date: Feb 2003
Posts: 543 New England
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2014-04-08          189993


Under the belief that the fuse is good, the bulbs themselves have been checked and are ok, and the circuit wiring has been checked for damages, the next element to check would be the flasher relay. This is located (buried) under the dash. If you sit on the tractor seat looking forward, it would be buried up under the left hand side, behind the tachometer. This is mounted and secured by one (1) small screw and nut to the underside of the dash framing.
You can remove the harness clip with a small flat blade screw driver (carefully) with battery disconnected, as you are digging in the dash upside down. Once removed, you can replace with a standard flasher.
The best way to realize seeing it, would be to have a small mechanics mirror and a flashlight/drop lamp to position near the clutch pedal area shining upwards. This is a multi pin unit, however can be quickly adapted to a standard 3 pin flasher unit from the autoparts store for about $10.
Typically, Murphy's Law, these will drop out due to time, over heat, scum on contacts, etc., in the least appropo time...like when you're out plowing at night or some other time of need. I have replaced both of my flashers recently as well.

Willie H. ....

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Kubota B7200 Tractor Flasher lights do not work

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Art White
Join Date: Jan 2000
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2014-04-08          189994



Fuse is first!!! No power to it could also be the problem on a thirty year old tractor. ....

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WillieH
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2014-04-08          189995


gregred75 ~
I forgot to mention ... unless modifications have been made over the years to your orange, the B7200 was a pretty straight forward unit with little complicated circuitry. That said, the fuses are located in line from the battery "compartment". They are pretty evident bullet fuses when searching in the right area, again, close to the battery area. I think, as far as the switch is concerned, they are pretty robust, but again, as stated before, time and use have ways of deteriorating elements.

Any chance that the connectors were pulled apart under the fenders? Just a thought about the cables.

Willie H.
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